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, ft ft C ENTERPRISE LODGE, No EMERALD REBEKAH LODGE, No. Ill q ENTERPRISE LODGE, No. K. of r. jUANlTA TEMPLE, No. T. Pythias gutera 111 00 11 10 ENTERPRISE CHAPTEK. Hi Ao UN I UNO. SO, Royal Arch Masons, meet' first and third Tuesday! of each month In Haaonlo HalL All visiting Royal Arch Vfuoni welcomed. J. B. OLMSTED, High Priest, D, W. SHEAHAN, Secretary. WALLOWA LODGE, No. 82, A. F. A. IL, meeta second and fourth Satur days of each month In Maaonlo HalL Visiting Masons welcomed J. A. BURLBIOH. W. M. W C. BOATMAN, Secretary. WALLOWA VALLET CHAPTER, No N), O. E. 8. meeta first and third Sat urdays of each month. In Masonic Hall Visiting- Stan are always welcomed. MRS. ELVA L. FRENCH, W. M. MRS. MARY E. 8TEEL, Sec Mill a EAGLE CAMP, No. 10497, M .If.A.W. A MeeU first and third Thursdays In each month. In new Fra ternal halL Visiting Neighbors always welcome. J. W. RODQERS Consul. T. M. DILL, Clerk. ANEROID CAMP. No. 3642, R N. of A. Wn til ENTERPRISE CAMP, No. ,U. VI. 535, W. Of W. ALMOTA CIRCLE, No. 278, W. of W. For Eczema, Tetter and Salt Rheum. The Intense itching characteristic of these ailments ie almost .Instantly allayed by Chamberlain's Salve. Many severe cases have been cured by it. For sale by Burnaugh & May field. (Establishment of a direct steam ship line between Portland and Ant werp was announced recently and this new channel for commerce is import ant to the whole Northwest. Coast consumers' will be able to take advan tage of commodities, brought direct ly here from the old world and the vessels will have large loading epace available for carrying Coast product back to European markets. For that Dull reeling After Eating.' I have U3ed Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets for some time, and can testify that they have done me more good .than any tablets I have ever used. My trouble was a heavy dull feeling after eating David Freeman, Kempt, Nova Sco tia. These tab'.ets strengthen, the stomach and improve the digestion. They also regulate the liver and bowels. They are far superior to pills lut eo3t no more. Get a free sample at Burnaugh & Mayfleld's. Thousands of new settlers have come to Oregon and Washington during the period that the low one way colonist rates were In effect and are now building permanent homes here. On the O. R. & N. lines alone, 7,164 homeseekers came to the Northwest between September 16 and October 15. This is a very satisfac tory increase over the travel of this kind during the similar period of last fall, and shows that the tide of immigration is steadily growing stronger to this, favored section of the country. Looking One's Best It's a woman's delight to look her best but plmpl3, skin eruptions, sores and boils rob life of Joy. Lis ten, Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures them; makes the skin soft and vel vety. It glorlfie3 the face. Cures pimples, sore eyes, cold sores, crack ed japped hands. Try it. In fallible for piles. 25c at Burnaugh & uMayfleld's. Manohurlan larks, entirely new song birds, for this country, will be liberated in Oregon next spring, Be ing the frsit of tnl species ever broueht to America. Mrs. Fred D. Fisher, wife of the American consul at Nlu-Chwang. Manchuria, who has returned to America with her hus band, brought back 15 of the birds She will keep them through the win ter and liberate them in the spring. The Imported songsters are rated as amanr til best song birds in tne world. They are about the size of . the native lark but are the color of the wren. The Chinese keep them in cages in their homes. Lisk ware, tha nonust kind, tin and granite, at Keltner's. 57b3 -...- .MIlMMMMBM,MMi,! Hack Calls to any part of the city answered day or night. ENTERPRISE LIVERY AND HACK BARN BAKER BROTHERS, Proprietors. y First Class Rigs - and careful drivers. Stung For 15 Year. by indigestion's pangs trying many doctors and 1200.00 worth of medicine in vain, B. F. Ayscoe. of Ingleside, N. C, at last med Dr. King's New Life Pills, and writes they wholly cured htm. They cure constipation, biliousness, sick headache, stomach,' liver, kidney and bowel trouble. 2ac at Burnaugh & MayfieWs. The centenary of the first Ameri can settlement on the Pacific coast will be celebrated by Astoria in 1911 and plans for the affair are al ready being discussed. Descendants of John Jacob Astor will be asked to Join In the commemoration of the planting of the first American city on the Pacific coast by the founder of that famous family. The story of the founding of Astoria is told in Washington Irvlng's book of that name. Rich M(n's Gifts are Poor beside this: "I want to go on rec ord as saying that 1 regard Elec tric Bitters as one of the greatest gifts that God has made to woman," writes Mrs. O. Rhinevault, of Ves tal Center. N. Y. "I can never for get what it has done for tne." This glorious medicine gives a woman bouyant spirits, vigor of body, and Jubilant health. It quickly cures ner vousness, backache, fainting and dizzy spells; soon builds up the weak ailing and sickly. Try them. 50c tf Burnanigbl & Mayfleld's. The Complete Bookkeeper. Mrs. Knlcker How do yon make your books balance? Mrs. Booker That's easy. I always spend the ex.ct sum I receive right away. New York Sun. For Him to 8sy. "Do yon think I can stand aa opera tion, doctor?" "You know your financial condition better than I do." Exchange. Anger Is a atone cast Into a wasps' nest. Malabar Proverb. Alone In Saw Mill at Midnight) Unmindful of dampness, drafts, storms or colds, W. J. Atkins work ed as nlghtwatchiman, at Banner Springs, Tenn. Such exposure gave him a severe cold that settled on his hings. At last he had to give up work. He tried many remedies but all failed till he used Dr. King's New Discovery "After using one bottle, he writes, "I went back to work as well as ever," Severe colds, stub born coughs, in flammed throats and sore lungs, hemorrhages, croup and whooping cough get quick relief and Drompt cure from this glorious med icine. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free, guaranteed by Burnaugh Mayfield. The State Threshermen's Associa tion has its annual convention in prospect on December 2 and 3 fit The Dalles. There is a prize offer of S200 for the best bushel of wheat grown In the state, offered by Phil lip S. Bates, secretary of the associ ation. Judges in thia contest have been named as follows: Prof. H. D. Scudder, agronomist at the Oregon Agricultural college, and J. W. Gan- ong, vice-president of the Portland Flouring mills. Addresses of note are on the program. Prof. Phil 6. Rose, Madison, Wis., will lecture on the use of gasoline power on tne farm, and Byron Hunter, of the De partment of Agriculture, wasning ton, D. C, will speak on the selection of seed wheat and the organization of seed growers association. The gov eminent good road works will be rep resented and other speakers will ten f th threshine industry in this state The business men of The Dalles will give the threshermen a banquet at The Dalles hotel. A Pelliceman's Testimony. J. N. Paterae, night policeman of Nashua, Iowa, writes; "Last win ter I had a bad cold on my iungs and tried at least hair a dozen ad vertised cough medicines and baa treatment from two physicians with out getting any benefit. A friend recommended Foley's Honey and Tar and two-thirds of a bottle cured me I consider It the greatest cough and lung medicine m the world." Burnaugh & Mayfield. E it Both Phones Home Independent 40 Pacific States 45. B S Our bus meets all trains. Fare 25c. within city limits The Arlington Record reports that freight for points on the Washing ton side of the river coming up oa the Open River Transportation Com pany's boats will be stored free of charge, and that teams coming for such freight M be ferried across the Columbia free. Every lot ia Ar lington is worth more because the people are enterprising and sensible on such matters. Ill Health Is More Expensive Than Any Cure. This country Is now filled with peo ple who migrate across the continent in aH directions seeking that which gold can not buy. Nine-tenths of them are suffering from throat and king trouble or chronic catarrh re sulting from n-gleHed colds, and spending fortunes, vainly trying to regain lost heatih. Could every suf ferer but undo the p-st and cure that first neglected oo'd, all this sor row, pain, anxiety and expense could have been avoided. Chamberlain's Cough. Remedy Is famous for its cures of colds, and can always be de pended upon. Use It and the more serious diseases may be avoided. For sale by Burnaugh & Mayfield. Oregon's chief city Is going ahead as never before In its history. Port land is growing because the state at large is prosperous and is con stantly Increasing its wealth. Plans to beautify the city by following a comprehensive scheme of city build ing are now receiving a great deal of attention. Mayor Simon announces that during the coming year 90 miles of hard surface pavement will be put down, making the streets of the me tropolis equal, if not superior, to any other city in the West. At present Portland has a total of 60 miles of hard surface pavements. Hofti Otva Doctor Successfully T rests Pneumonia. "In treating pneumonia," says Dr. W. J. Smith, or Sanders, Ala., "the only remedy I use for the lungs Is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. While of course, I would treat other symp toms with different medicines, I have used this remedy many times In my medical practice and have yet failed to find a case where It has not con trolled the trouble. I have used It myself, as has .also my wife for coughs and colds repeatedly, and I most cheerfully and willingly recom mend It as supeilor to any other cough medicine to my knowledge." For sale by Burnaugh & Mayfield. A distinguished pioneer of the state was laid to rest last week. Joseph H. Lambert, was widely known as the originator of the famous Lambert cherry and his services to advance the horticultural interests of the state were very valuable. He died at the advancad age of 83 years. N Whirlwind Tablets cure rheumatism in this climate. They have relieved hundreds and cured scores of cases In Union and Wallowa counties, positive proof, names, etc, furnished on application. For sale by Jackson & Weaver, Enterprise. 20btf Oregon has contributed eight mil lions to the reclamation funds of the general government and gets back but three. The expenditure of the missing five millions in Oregon would create fifty in land values. For A Lame Back. When you have pains or lameness in the back bathe the parts with Chamberlain's Liniment twice a day, massaging with the palm of the hand for five minutes at each application. Then dampen a piece of flannel sllghtly with this liniment and bind It on over the seat of pain, and you may be surprised to see how quickly the lameness disappears. For sale by Burnaugh & Mayfield. Albany Democrat says that town has been retarded by holders of spec ulative tracts refusing to be annexed to the city. Get after the assessors to get after the land hogs. Mrs S. Joyce. Claremont, N. H, writes: "About a year ago I bought two bottles of Fo'ey's Kidney Rem edy. It cured me of a severe case of kidney trouble of several years standing. It certainly ia a grana good medicine, and I heartily recom mend it." Burnaugh & Mayfield. Elizabeth Robins the eminent English authoress, writes about the English Suf fragettes. She tells why they resort to the violence that lands them in jail. Save a little of your indigna tion for the chapters of tt The Ikast and the Jungle "that are to come. Judge Lindscy hasn't really started to get to the heart of his story yet. DECEMBER EVERYBODY'S Aik to ta lit frtutiifitc FOR SALE BY JACKSON a WEAVER Professional Directory of Wallowa County THOS. M. DILL ATT0LNEY-AT4.AW Of fir- fira riw .aiiOi r V- 4 Fraternal Bldg, Enterprise, Ore. f X BURLEIGH ft BOYD t iTTnDVFYlT.I IW a, v s m iv r a m m n Practice in all State Courts and a hi iur Ltjuuriuicui. lareiui ai- g tention to all business. i D. W. LAWYER SHEAHAN ENTERPRISE Practice in State and Federal Courts and Interior Department. Heximethylenetjetramine. The above is the name of a Ger man chemical, which Is one of the many valuable ingredients of Foley's Kidney Remedy. Hexamthylenete- tranitne is recognizd by medical text books and authorities as a uric add solvent and antHeotlc for the urine. Take Foley's Kllney Remedy as soon as you notice any irregularities and avoid a seriojs malady. Bur naugh & Mayfield. Published statements of individual dairymen In Washington county as to profits on their farms has resulted in a flood of inquiries. The people of the west should de mand nothing short of $100,000,000 to be kept in a revolving fund for the reclamation of arid and ewamp lands. The price of a hulk of old scrap Iron for that is all a Dreadnaught will be In ten years is more than the reclamation service is given for the whole United States. We owe it to the community In which we live to do everything we can in every way possible that will be to its advantage. Our neighbor's prosperity means a great deal more to us than someone's who lives else where. We should bear this la mind when buying our goods. We cen af ford to pay our home man a fair price for his wares rather than send our money away, knowing aa we do lhat every dollar our own cltlxen mokes will help in sustaining our schools, churches and public institu tions. It pays richly to patronize home Industry. One step won't take you very far you've got to keep on walking; one word won't tell folks what you are you've got to keep on talking; one inch won't make you very tall you've got to keep on growing; one little "ad' won't do It all you've got to keep 'em going. It will be a blessed thing for Ore gon when some of its eminent jour nalists, who oppose and belle the people at every turn are laid away in an incinerator. The knocking Ore gon receives from these men who walk forward with their faces twist- ed backward is pitiable, deplorable and absurd. The initiative and ref erendum have come to stay, and tha people are not going to let this pow er slip from them. The ridicule poured upon the will of the people and the lies disseminated by the plutocratic, fool plunderbund press will not avail. Echo Register. After exposure, and wheat you feel a cold coming on, take Foley's Honey and Tar, the great throat and ilung remedy. It atops the cough, relieves the congestion,, and expels the cold from your system. Is mildly laxa tive. Refuse substitutes. Burnaugh & Mayfield, A NINE DAY 8' WONDER, In the Pacific .Monthly for Decern ber, Frank J. MoOettlgaa narrates In ceiail the remarkable occurrences at the Sanders-Harps home In Port land, when for four hours of the af tcnoon of October 28 the entire con tents of the house from cellar to gar ret were turned topsy-turvy by some unknown force. He glvee the state ments of several among the many scores of witnesses, together with an account of bis own observations. In broad daylight, in a very common place dwelling. In plain view of bun ciieda of people, chairs and other ar ticles of furniture, repeatedly tilted or overturned themselves. Crockery and various fragl'e articles burled themselves to the floor, causing a heavy loss, by breakage, to the Amer ican working family occupying this house. This is probably the most remarkable and beat authenticated occurrence of Its kind of which there is any record, and great Interest has been aroused among scientists every where since the Associated Press gave the first account of it to the world. The article attempts no ex planation, but merely gives the (acts. D3. r. E. MOORB OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office over Bank, prise except Mon a At Enter- Wed. and Fri. at Jose;. Ind. Phones. WWtHHWWW Msra Datails. Life Insurance Agent-I'd llT:a to write you up a policy if you haven't all the life Insurance you think yon nwd. Cuolly Knickerbocker You'll have to see my valet, old chap. He at tends to all such matters, dootcber kuow. Philadelphia Ledger. C. T. HOCKETT, M. D. $ PHYSICIAN AND SIRGEON t Office upstairs In Bank Build- f Ing. Iud. Home phone in office i and residence. J Foley's Honey and Tar Is the best and safest cough remedy for child ren. At the first symptoms of a cold, give as directed, and ward off danger of croup, bronchitis, re throat cold In the head and stuffy breathing. It brings comfort and ease to the little ones. Contains no opiates or other harmful drugs. Keep always on hand and refuse substitutes. Burnaugh & Mayfield. It pays to plant shade trees. They increase the beauty of the landscape, attract buyers and return value in various wave. 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 L. BE R LAND : Dealer in Harness, Saddles, Chapps, Spurs Z and Leather Goods of all descriptions. 5 I will fit you out with the best goods for the least 5 money. When in need of anything in my line, call and 5 inspect my stock before purchasing. 5 ENTERPRISE, ... . OREGON J ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET BEST OF MEATS ALWAYH ON HAND. ngw M.,k,t 4 1Ioclkiss )0Epf(0EHT Pelts and Hides proprietor PHONE 20 "What Can You Expect? v 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. MILLIONS OF M AT LOWEST RATES. ON EASIEST TERMS. Wm. Miller & Brother, SUITE 204, Wallowa National BanhBailding, ENTERPRISE, OREGON frit? fcfv.:V! . (4 l r r W. C. KETCHUM DENTIST - ENTERPRISE t l. Herland Ilulldlng. Horn Independent I'houe. E. T. ANDERSON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SIRGEON X Calls attended to day or night $ i Home phone. Enterprise, Ore. A DR. C A. AULT PHYSICIAN AND SIRGEON Office In Bank Building. J Horn phone both office andt residence. J All the money spont for advertls I lng during the pt eighteen months totals 1200,000. That amount repre sent $12,000 Une than the actual ad vance on one 50x100 foot UK in Port land at the corner of Sixth and Washington streeH. That lot was bought for $160,000 two years ago. Mr. Wilcox, the owner, now refuse $375,000 for It Foley's OrUio Laxative Is best for women and children. It mild action and pleasant taste make It preferable to violent purgatives, auch as pills, teblets, etc. Cures constipation. Burnaugh & Mnylield a. : Kl - jD tot every use. Cut generous ly full Two hip pockets. Felled seams. Continuous fly. MY, GRANT ICQ. Ma-M-tactwtrt farrMrJia bite u E Y TTffT-TTTTflltwl-"ltBSM,ff"