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Men of Character
WUI Find It Profitable
to represent Qr01lfC
1 he
fffF Only energetic men of strict
reliability can retain a contract
in this Company for any length of
time. This is for the protection of the
public and for the protection of our
The contracts of many of our agents
date from the organization of the
Wallowa County CMrftaii
County Pioneer Paper
Established in JS84. Published ever)
Thursday by The Enterprise Press.
Office East side Court House
Untered in the postoffice at Enter
prise, Ore., as second-class matter.
One year $1.50 Three months 50c.
Invariably in Advance.
ritv anil County
Brief News Items
S. A. Gardner went to Portland
Sunday on a bu;ineS3 trip.
Rev. E. Owen returned Saturday
from a visit with his sister on Jo3
e?h Creek.
Miss Joyce Crilg returned Sunday
from an extended vUlt at Seattle
and Por land.
Dr. E. A. Fosner is building a
residence ou tli lots In the south
east jart o.' tovin.
Anyone wishing apples, pears,
plums, crabapples or prunes call up
Mountain Vie.v Fruit farm. Home
R. S. & Z. Co.
A Large Stock of
Dry Goods
Fall and
Winter wear
R. S. & Z. CO'S
For Further
R. S. & Z. CO.
Policyholders' Company
C. S. Bradley went to Los i -i Wed
nesday to ship to cars of rye.
Mrs. T. P. Col Jinan departed Wed
nesday for a vi it in SeUtle and
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dobbin and
baby left WedneVay morning for a
trip to Portland.
The Epworfa I.eagua will give an
ice cream so ia! on the Methodist
church lawn Friday eve'-ilng begin
ning at 7 o'clock.
G. E. Mayfield and daughter. Miss
Stela, who had be:n guests of his
son, Mayor ByraTi Mayfield, return
ed home to Elgin Sunday.
Mrs. Charles Hug will hold her fall
millinery opening Friday and Satur
day, September 1? and 18. She is
loea.ei in tha Whait building.
Fred S. Ashley, the furniture dealer
jle't SinJay on a business trip to
; Portland, J. H. Parrott is looking
a't:r the s ore during his absence.
A carload of fire brick arrived
Tuesday for Ch rljs Christy to re
place his lime kiln o.i Hurricane
cre?k recently deUioyed by an ex
Henry Fletcher has had a hand
some bay win:'o.v added to his resl
dence, Uie Bosae'l place which he
recently purchased. O. H. Brady did
the work.
W. L. Mulkey o: Joseph want
through on Wednesday's train en
route for Portland on business. He
will visit the fair at Seattle before
S. R. Hawo th went to Portland
vVednesday on a business trip. Mrs
daworth, who has be?n in Portland
'or some time will return to La
irande wl'.h him.
M'ss Edna Browning left Monday
or Spokane where she will resume
aer musical studies under the direc
tion of Br. Heri ae who was her
'instructor last year at Willamette
F. D. McCuily went through on
Wednesday morning's train enroute
for his saw mill at the head of the
canyon to pre;a"e to ship about 50
car3 of lumber to various points
along the line.
Little Weldon Hyatt has been quite
ill for several days and it was at
first feared that he hod suffered
spinal Injuries in a fall Sunday even
ing from a baby buggy into which he
had climbed. He was reported
better this (We'nesday) morning.
Mrs. A. C. Weaver was taken to
the hospital at La Grande Sunday
and an operation was performed
very successfully Monday by Dr. E.
T. Anderson. Mr. Weaver and little
daughters who accompanied her re
turned home Tuesiay.
Low Zundell, who has resigned his
posl:ion as nows agent on the Jos
eph train, leaves tomorrow for. 8alt
Lake and after a short visit there
will assume a regular news agency
run between Huntington and Port
la id. La Grande Observer.
Geo Funk came In from Turlock,
Calif., Sunday, ascompanylng the
car of stock and household goods
belonging to J. A. Funk, who is taking
up his residence at The Buttes on
the ranch re.en'.ly purchased of
Frank Kern an.
Mrs. W. R. Forsythe, daughter
Belle and son Crals who have made
an extended visit wl u their relatives,
E. J. Forsythe and family of this city
left Monday for Seattle whence they
will return to their home at Klm
bolton, Ohio. E. J. Forsythe accom
panied them lo Seattle to visit the
Mi;s Giace Wood will hold her
annual Fall mi llnery opening Wed
nesday, September 15. Commenc
ing that day and continuing for three
weeks each lady making a purchase
amounting to $1 or more will be
given a ticket on a beautiful sliver
berry spoon. This spoon was pur
chased of M. Laraen which Is a guar
antee of its be'ng the best, as he
handles no other. . All are cordially
Invited to come and sea the beauti
ful new Fall goods. Remember the
date, Wednesday. Sept. 15.
AKa'fa eed for sale at R. 8. ft Z.
Will Gardner returned from the
Seattle fa!.- Tuesday.
Mijg Nell Morton of La Grande
who was a gueit of Miss Anna Rich
ard, retuiaed home Tuesday morn
ing. The Enterprise W. C. T. U. will
hold its regular meeting at 2:30
o'clock Friday a'tsrnoon at the home
of Mrs. G. M. Gal y.
New style bo ks and samples of
made to-order suits and silk dress
Just received. Ca 1 or phone. Mrs.
R. I. Long, representing Chas. A
Stevens ft Bros, bl
Tom Eaton an 1 family passed
through town on Welnesday ou their
way . to their place near Zumwalt.
They are returning overland from
Pullman Wash., where Mr. Eaton
has been to harves .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Allen and little
son Jay returned home Friday from
a vUit at the home of Mrs. Allen's
father, E. F. Sergeant at The Buttes.
Her sister, Miss Irene Sargeant, came
home with them for a visit.
Miss Mary & roher Is home for a
few days , is.t fiom Cove where she
has be 3u teaching. Miss Zurcher ami
i j Inez Mat. in will leave in a
lay or two for Pendleton where both
are engaged as teachers for the com
ing year.
A. H. Rudd wa3 o:i WeJneslay
.uorning's train bo.ind for the Mc
Cully mill at the head of the canyon
o prepare for planing pipe for the
Joseph electric lipe line. The ele
ric company is a .oat ready to lay
;he pipe for the new line.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrington DaP'iy
and the latter's sifter. Miss Bunnie
Dwnbey, went to La Grande Sunday
where Mrs. DuPuy underwent an
operation. Er. E. T. Anderson ws
n charge of thj work and the
patient Is reporte 1 as getting along
well. The DuPu.vs came here with
:he Ethel Tucker S.ock company.
Mrs. L. E. Jo dan went to La
Grande Monday, accompanied by hei
ausband, Mrs. L. J. Jordan and Dr.
C. A. Ault, ente:lng a hospital thore
'or an operation which was success
,'ully performed Tue3day morning.
Dr. Ault who assisted In the operatloi
returned home Tuesday evening.
. The opening of the second we'.t
finds an enrollment of fifty pupils
.vith several more to come in during
the week.
Everyone ha3 se tied down to work
In earnest and the studies go along
with a vim.
We are to have a Bausch and"
Lonib compound microscope for use
in oar physiology ani botany classes
which will be a great help to us In
those studies.
The High School Board has order.
3d an additional hundred volumes
for oar library; this will enable us
:o do much better work in the future
ind la appreciated by pupils and
If you intend going to school till i
winter better join us now; as the
work in algebra and book keeping
will be hard to make up later.
Cordon Ragsdale wa3 out of school
Tuesday with a touch of the grip.
Fred Holmes Is one of our new
Ivan Jackson is doing P. G. work
to help him in entering the medical
Frances Stanby, Fred and Nepoleon
Beaudan entered school Tuesday and
are taking the Eng.Uh course.
(Continued from First page.)
and good pri es were rea ized,
Eastern Oregon wool getting a max!
mum price of 23 cents and the Wil
lamette Valley c:o.o reaching a top
price of 26 ceats. The season was
ideal for wool g o.vors. Flaeces wert
heavier than usual and the grade of
he product is hlh Tim ,ni
.... - , wi jjjUllVJ
will be divide! quite generally through
out the state.
Enterprise Opera House
One Night Only
Saturday Night
The Ethel Tucker
Stock Company
Presents the unusually absorbing
Across the Desert
Popular Prices, 25, 35, 50 cts
Seats Selling' at Burnaugh
Official Proceedings
Of County Court
(Continued from pa;?e C.)
Aaron Wade, rest of bldg. for
court hourfe (trorn Jan. 1.
1909 to July 1. 190) .... 325 10
J. C. Conley. expense to Sa.i':ii
s.iit r mi veil 'Ion '''
Frank Melott, supervising
couit house
Dave G. Tuikjr. rebate In
L. P. Rose, rojnty poor
Stella Doud, co inty poor . .
Gen:ral Fund
v: 71
L'l o
21 0'
1 10 00
2 ! 0"
A' ti Dfi kjr. tomtv poor
Chas. W.Ugerodt making date
for co. rt lioisj
Ul Grande Wei'tly Observer,
printing I!ri?f, Sate vs.
-i T ...... . nnnnihd'ninr
IS O'l
21 40
3HII1 U"L.I, - J. ' ' "
A'. G. Locke, Co. co nml isloner 20 00
Road Fund
f. A. Grimes, road work ..
Thos. Mc 'arty. supervisor
road Blst. No. 8
I. E. .Me.ryman, survey! ig i''
C. Sinfer r.ul
1. C. Cramer. ro:'d vbwer F.
C. S'.ia'er load
onar Trump, viewer F. ('.
Sfca'er roul
M. Coo i, dial innn F. C.
S!i: f;r r.al
). D. Lro.k, cVaiiman F. C.
Sha'er roid
C. Sharer, marker F. C.
Siia er road
W. Ilantna'V, sipar.-isir
road Dlst. N. 2
.'m. Ne vby. road work ....
eter Kue'il, s.ipe.'vUor roul
Ds . No. 18
V. E. Daggett, lumber
oe Clemon , r ad wo.k . .
107 50
37 50
10 on
4 oo
10 oo
1 (1(1
1 on
2 00
r.7 ro
T.2 50
10 00
3'J 80
42 50
ittirm & Os o.'n, bri.lge
lumber 33 S
). L. Her'.au.l, loal wo.k ..
. E. Pa ters, lumber . .
'm. I. 8 uinar, roul super
visors saiary 1 1
High School Fund
fhe Enterprise 1'iess, n;o slip
. R. Alien, work an.l m iterial
id Rolge s, 1 inibe aid work
ackson & Weaver, supplies
OU 25
58 o4
30 0J
1 75
12 :i .
10 2-
n the matter of the road petition of
' C. Shafer et al.
This mater came tj be heard at
this time on the report or tlu
Board or Co n y Road Viewers for
a sacond rea ing, as provided by
law, said re o.t being in words
following t)-wlt:
To the Honorable County Court
above named:
We the under. ignad Board of Coun
ty Road Viewers, appointed by the
honorable ccurt, to view, survey
and lay out a toaiity road a3 pray
ed for In the pe'ltion of F. ('.
SCiafer and ctaers, beg leave to
That pusuant to said order wo
mat at the beginning of the pro
posed real on tie 20th day of
July ,190!), t'-e same being the time
and place fixed by said order for
the mejting of tiie und r.si:,'ii..(l
Board of County Road Viewers
and took to oar assistance L. M.
Cook and D. D. Brock as chain
baa' ers, al,d F. C. Siw'er as marker,
aid proceeied to view, survey an.l
lay out sa d rad as prayed for in
said petition, as near as in o ir
opinion a good road can be made
at a reisonable expense, taking
into consideratbn the utility, con
venience and i lconvenieace' ans!
expense which will result to indi
viduals as well as the public, if
s :ch road s'.ia 1 bo established and
'the said road was surveyed under
oar directions, and the 'same was
conspicuously marked throughout
the corners and distances thereon
noted, and all treas ou the line of
said road were marked on each of
the slles thereof corresponding
with the direction of said road,
with three noUhe3 cut through the
bark and one in-h into the wood,
and all trees adjacent to the said
line of said road were plainly blaz
ed on the sile facing said road.
T ie be;.inning and termination of
said roal and the tarmination of
each mi e a id intermediate points
nave baen marked in the manner
provided by law, as will more fullv
appear by the certified return o'f
the survey cf said road which is
hereunto at ahed and made a part
of this report.
That in our ooinlon the said road
&houd be e:abishI for the fol
lowing reasons;
It is n:e?el by th9 adjacent su
tlers and the public
We consller that the sW!4 swV4
fd by B. ,. BoyU will be rendered
ess valuabie to f.e amount of $100.
We consider t'.at the w-. nw'.
f by J. Ha;.s will be rendered
tel. valuable by the establishment
Dated th s 2Uh day of JtlIy i90j.
County Surveyor.
I'.nird of Cosuty Roid Viewers.
And said repo't of the board of
County Riad Vie vers having been
now pub'lfly re id In open court on
two se e al days of the present
term of the court, and It appearing
to the court thu said Board of
County Road Viawers raport favor
ably thereon, and re-ommend that
said proposed r:al be established
as a county road and be declared a
pub.lc highway of Wallowa County,
Oregon, and I- also appearing to
the court that there are damages
l..lmed, and that said damages
h ive not been ra'd Into the Clerk
of this court, and also that the
1 it; i t Attorney has not reported
is to the le:a lty of the proceed
it is hereby considered and order
ed that said proposed road be, and
the same Is he'eby continued for
the term.
In the matter of road petition of
S. I.. .!cie:izle, et al.
Tiiis :ra ter came to be heard at
this time on the report of the
Board of County Rpad Viewers for
a second reading, as provided by
law, sail report being in words
following to-wlt:
To the Honorable County Court
above name 1;
V e, the undersigned Board of
County Roal Viewers, appointed
by the Ilonora'li Court, to view,
s.irvey and lay o :.t a county road
as piayc.1 for in the petition of
S. I.. McAfiide and others, bag
h :.ve to re.-.ort;
Tiiat pir.suant ti said order wo
met at t :e beginning of the pro-
po.i.al road oi the 28th day of July,
l'.iO'.l. the name being the place and
wi.hin iie da b of the time fixed
by said order lor ths meatlng of
the uiu'eralsinad Board of County
Roul Viewers, and took to our
asaistam-e II. E. Fine and L. S.
Va i I'e t ns chain bearers and
procedej to vlsw and survey out
said road as triyed for in said
Tiiat in o.:r o lini in the said pro
po el r.al .sho i!d not be establish
ed for the following reason:
The r.o'nt tf t jrniinatloii accord-
ins to tiie petitloi appears to be in
two or thre di.'ferant places,
l.-ut d this 2sth day of July, 1909.
County Surveyor.
Hoard or County Road Viewers.
And said re.ort of the Board of
County Roal Vie.vers having been
publicly read in open court on
two se erai days of the present
term of tiie court, and it appear
ing to the co;:rtthat said Board of
County Road Viewers have report
ed unfavorably thereon, and recom
mended that said proposed road
should not be established as a
county road and be declared a
after the court examines and
checks said warrants, It 8 hereby
public highway of Wallowa County,
And a ter t':e court fully consider
ing the matter, it is hereby consider
ed and o do ed that said Board
of County Roid Viewers survey
and lay out said road on the
da' of .... 1909, according to the
description in said road petition
and make due and legal return
according to law, to this court at
th.:ir next regolar meeting.
Whereupon court adjourned until
to-morrow at 9 a. m.
Third Judicial Day.
Friday, Se,t 3. 1909.
Court met pu'saant to adjournment
were present same as on
jestarday. The Journal of yester-
lay haWng leen read the same is
here now approved.
Tha following proceedings were
had, to-wlt:
n the mat.er of cancelling warrants
'eturned by tile Co.nty Treasurer.
... tia ume tne County Treas-
tresants tie County Court
with warrants to be cancelled, and
coasidered ond ordered, that the
to lowing anient, be cancelled
119 Road Fund $3,or)7 32
120 General Fund 18,282 97
'N3. 121 High School Fun ir. or
J' :BUnty. "7 50
""UUV ocnooi und 11,114 60
"eupon court adjourned.
Photograph Volcano
For Moving Pictures
8:afe. Sent, fi t ,0i,. ....
-Hio of Kia iei i .:.. .u
r " v-t.un, ing artist.
Ion :no, ec o jntered many difficulties.
. .. lern onoi exhibit of Hawaii
"own at thv. iiL.v... ...
i-,,..,,., 7 i unuii-jacinc
h ' n' " ""''.'. of
n,.u. " "'uvuig picture
-.on to se.:re a set of flins Bhow..
" j3t - U appeared
III dohio- !;.. m. .
dlf'icnifi, ""nine had many
. . fc8 Vercle' The heat
when the lava Is flowing fre.,,
close approach 1, nearly , '
In making the exrosures the
could not be ke.t in posltl 2)
longer Ume than one half ml .
The heat o.lj des;roy "
or film and rende it useless V
artist enveloped 1 l.riRelf , ,'MJj
Ing o? asbestos, an 1 the earner.,
protectel by the sane material &
doing this, and by rr aking only ti
very short exiosjres. Mr Baolne h
hU great patience, soured t
derful set of pi Jturei, absoli,
correct In every de all.
In looking at te n as they arerj,
through the moving picture
In the Hawaiian Building the re.
production of Kl auea In 'action it
seen pe factly and beautifully, jp
tha botlom of the crater the Vm
streams of mo ten lava are seen. rmi.
lug and surging above the hw
cauldron in which the GoddMg ftt
makes her home; tha steam and mi
phurous smLke Hows and drill, tj
clouds and one looks on fte grest.
est demonstration nature can present
The picture requires tweaty minuU,
n prese itng, and required man;
weeks in making.
A model of the o'.d Mayriowr hai
been built on.La'-e Union as a featan
of the New Englind Day celabraUot
at the Alaska Yukon-Pacific Eim
sltion, Sop'emher 11. Bearing a crew
of 120 "I iigrio:s", who will repr
sent the different people who malt
ap the party of the original Msj
fiower, tiie ship will land Its pass
gers on a mo. el of Plymoai Rock,
located at the foot of the Pay streak
t the Expoiition.
The pa:ty wl 1 be dressed h tie
old Pilgrim costumes and will present
a quaint appearance as they land
from their '..ip. They will be met
i)y a pa ty o: In ilans, who will be
secured from on a of ta3 attractions
on the Pay Streak for th3 o:ws:oi
and a pow-wow will ensue, which
end in the sjioking of the pipe of
Then the party will march through
the ground3 to the Puritan Inn oa ft,
Exposition grounds, where they vlll
be serve! wi h aa o'.d Naw Bagland
dinner. The bl.l of fare will laduJe
the well-known Boston baked beans
and brown bread.
A letter has been received by the
Seattle-New England Bay commiUse
from Governor Quiruby . of New
Hampshire, in which he slates that
he has delegated Mr. Goadell to rep
resent him. Among the distinguished
visitors who will speak at the after
noon exercises In the Auditorium is
Ex-governor Rollins of New Hsm
shire, the father of "Old Home Week
An o-iglnal poem o:i New Eigiaad
Day will be writ en by Sam Walter
Fos3, whose name appears in the
Boston Hall of Fane. This poem
will be recited by .Mrs. a. Warn
Tli 9 Pacific Monthly of Portland,
Oregon, is a beautifully Illustrated
monthly magazine. If you are inter
ested in dairying, fruit raising. pouK
ry raising, or want to know about
IrrlgateJ lande, timber land3, or free
government land open to homestead
entry, The Pacific Monthly will give
you full informa Ion. The price i
$1.50 a jeor.
If you will sand twenty-five cea
Iius amrs, three Me issues will b'
ient you so that yoj may become
acquainted with it. Read the follow
ing ep.eidid offers:
Of-'er No. 1 -McClures Magaz'W
Woman's Home Companion and Tas
Pacific Monthly, costing $4.50, 13
be sent at a sreilal rate of $3.00.
Offer No. 2 .McClures M&gtoiM
Review of Reviews and The P"1114
Monthly, cojtlng $6.00, will be
for $3.60.
Offer No. 3 Human Life, Ideal
Home and Tha Faciflc .Monthly wiU
be seat for $2.o6.
Order by number and send yoar
order accompanied by postal monej
order for the amount to The P
Monthly. Portland, Oiegon.
Whirlwind Tablets cure rbeuBsU5111
In thia climate. They have relieved
hundreds and cured scores of cas.
in Union and Wallowa counties,
positive proof, names, etc, lurnisaf'
on application. For sale by Ja"
Department o! the Interior,
United StatAa T.nnd Office at I
Grande, Oregon, Se.t. 7, 199
Nitl l l..u nlvan that P
Pratt, of Enterprise, Oregon, who.
December 23, 1907, .made Home""
rrsit,. m iktoo o-i0i vo. 0321
for S N14 end NW'A NE
28;- .&Wl4 &E Se?. 21- Tow '
1 South nm Ji Knst. WlUoe'18
, .u..Bw .
Intenons to make Final Com
mutation Proof, to eUablish claro
C M. Lockwood, U. S. CouimUsloner,
at his office, at Enterprise, Oreg
on the 18th day of October, 1939.
ci-i . ,itne3se:
C, J. Sanford, of Eiterprlse, Oreg
John E. OdterJi-ult, of Ei:erPrJsft
Oregon, B. B. lod, of Eterprw
Oregon,. Charlei Thomas, of Enter'
prise, Oregon.
3c5 F. C. BRAMWELL, Hes'8'-
c "aw 13 always Intense, and

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