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Swift are Santa ClanV Reindeer, and Sure
Footed: they are shod with Neverslip Shoes
Comfortable is Good Old Santa, in His Furs,
His Feet Resting on a Clark's Footwarmer
S. D. KELTNER'S BIG HARDWARE STORE
Where There Are Beautiful Gift for Every Member of the Family
Many TYetty and Handy Pieces In
Lisle Ware, (non-rust kind)
that would delight Mother - -
DECORATED DISHES in Sets and Separate Pieces, and
WHITE WARE for every day Service, BEAUTIFUL
DECORATED STAND LAMPS. MRS. POTTS IRONS.
FOOD CHOPPERS. BAKING PANS. SHEARS. SCISSORS
POCKET KNIVES. RAZORS. GUNS. TOOLS of all
Kinds. SLEDS and SKATES. CUTLERY and SILVER
WARE. CARVING SETS
and don't forget this is where you buy the Famous
Universal Stoves and Ranges
GET SOMETHING USEFUL FOR YOUR GIFTS AT
D. KELTNER'S P Enterprise, Oregon g
Professional Ditectory of Wallowa County
4-i- , J "
C. KETCH UM
The above is the name or a German-chemical,
which do one of the
many valuable ingredient of Foley's
Kidney Remedy. Hexamthylenete
tramlne la recognlzd by medical text
booke and authorities as a wic aedd
solvent and antiseptic for the urine.
Take Foley's KiJney Remedy as
soon as you notice any Irregularities
and avoid a ser'ous malady. Bur
naugh & Mayfield.
The Vtry Closest
"My boy." said the kind old uncle
to bis youug nephew, "you are my
closest relative, are you not?"
"No. uncle." sweetly replied the lit
tle fellow, "my father has that dis
tinction. He never gives me cent
unless I ask Dim for 1L"
Rich Man'a Gifts are Poor
beaide this: "I want to go on rec
ord as saying that I regard Blec
trie Bitters as one of the greatest
gifts that God has made to woman,
writes Mra. O. Lninvault, cf Ves
tal Center, N. Y. "I can never for
get what It has done for me." This
t-i mod initio elves a woman
bouyant spirits, vigor of body, and
hntiih it nulcklv cures ner-
v (Harness, backache, fainting end
A-, oralis anon builds up the weak
n- a,r)v Trv them. &Gc fit
aiiiiig auu ov-. --r -
Burnaufcgbl & Mayfleld's.
Captain Jerome while visiting Colo
nel Blgglnsoo took a Derringer from
ti,. t.i.io snH asked. "This thing load
ed T But before the colonel could re
ply the weapon was discharged, the
bullet tearing sway one of the fingers
of the visitor.
The colonel, who Is widely known on
account of his extreme politeness, bow
ed gracefully and rejolued. " Not now.
my dear captain -Argonaut.
After exposure, and when you feel
a cold coming on, take Foley's Honey
and Tar, the great throat and lung
remedy. It stops the cough, relieves
the congestion, and expels the cold
from your eyslem. Is mildly laxa
tive Refuse substitutes. Burnaugh
Intuit Added to Injury.
"That woman editor hurt my feel
Did she tell you that she naa
thrown your poetry Into her waste-
'No: she said she 'had thrown It in
her trash basket."
A Pqliceman'a Testimony.
J N. Paterson. night policeman of
Nashua, Iowa, writes: "Last wln-
t hi 11 had cold on my lungs
and tried at least half a dozen ad
vertised cough medicines and hao.
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 cougn
and lung medicine In the worm.
Burnaugh & Mayfle'.d.
Alone, In Saw Mill at Midnights
TTnmindful of dampness, .drafts,
storms or colds, W. J. Atkins work-i
ed as night watchman, at Banner
Springs, Tenn. Such exposure gave
him a severe cold that settled on
his lungs. 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 cougho, Inflammed throats and
sore lungs, hemorrhages, croup and
whooping cough get Quick relief and
prompt cure from this glorious -medicine.
60c and $1.00. Trial bottle
free, guaranteed by Burnaugh &
THOS. 'M. DILL
Offlcn first donr south of New
Fraternal Bldg Enterprise, Ore. .
i ' BURLEIGH & BOYD
f Practice lu all State Courts and
I Interior Department. ' Careful at-
ten lion to au Dusiness. v
Wife Tou're a different man from
my first husband. HuHband-Yes, I am.
thank goodness! I'm alive; he's dead.
Foley's Honey and Tar la the beat
and safest cough remedy tor cbild-
At t.h first evmptoms of a coia
1 Kill '
. Atr-rtaA and ward off danger
give u """""i ,j
of croup, bronchitis, sore tnroai v
in the head and stuffy breathing It
-wrvmfrt and ease to the little
ifuuga v .
ones Contains no opiates or o
harmful drugs. Keep always on hand
(HUU ICLUne -
Resigned to It.
Taking oneseir too seriously Is sup
posed to be an American trait. At any
rate, it is found In America. 1 De late
Edward Everett Hale lu "We. the
PeoDle." cites a remark of Thomas
Carl vie apropos of this tin bit.
. . ,
Margaret r utter naa pernaps laneu
herself the least bit too seriously. She
hnd anld i hut she hud deteriulued "to
accept the uulverne." ,
She bad better." said Carlyle.
Looking One's Best.
It's a woman's delight to look her
best but plmple3, skin eruptions
sores and boila rob life of Joy. Lis
tn Bucfclen's Arnica Salve cures
them: makes the skin soft and vel
vetv It elorifiei the face, tures
r . v
pimples, sore eye3, cold sores, craca
eJ . .napped hands. Try It. In
fallible for piles. 25c at Burnaugh
Hark Calls to
any part of the city
answered day or night.
Home Independent 40
Pacific States 45.
AND HACK BARN
BAKER BROTHERS, f-oprietors.
Th Saltad Thread.
Soak a piece of thread In strong salt
water, drv It and repeat two or three
times. When thoroughly dry. tie one
end to a chandelier and on tbe otner
lnn-or nd tie a riti2 or some small
hut not too heavy article.
It Is now ready for the experiment
Set Are to the thread, and behold the
ring does not fall to the floor, nor does
ho thread break.
The explanation is: The thread has
In reality been burued. out me sail
ortth which the thread was saturated
forma a solid column, and that sup
ports the ring. Varied experiments
.n he made, uslnc several threads for
one article and. In fact, many others
which may suggest tlieniseives to me
ttid carctul i river
Our bus meets all m
trains. Fare 25c. 5
within city limits
Mrs S. Joyce, Claremont, N. H.,
writes: "About a year ago I bough
t W.M of Foley's Kidney item
.a., if ,,rpd me of a severe case
. ...a .,.Kia of several years
standing. It certainly la a grand,
good medicine, and 1 nearuiy few
mend it." Burnaugh & Mayfield.
; ! DR. F. E. MOORB j
:: OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
' ' Office over Bank. At Enter-
;J prise except Mon., Wed. and
; Fri. at Joseph. Ind. Phones.
D. W. SHEAHAN
"Were you ever arresttd before?"
asked the maKlxtrute. whose principal
business Is Imposing lines for speeding.
"What do you think I've ueeu doing
all these years," asked the chauffeur
"pushing a wheelbarrow?" Wash
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
n iiiil Uulidlug
i imiivli'iit I'hone.
I lorn n
-,-. .- ..,? -y -4li
t.. T. ANDEHSON, M. U
I'fYSICIAN AND SlRfil'ON
Practice in State and Federal
Courts and Interior Department.
44&Sf4WM if 4fi
f Office upstairs in Bank Build
Z lng. Ind. Home phone in office
c i. .1.1 .uiuinieil
i io uc phona
in uu. or
DU. C. A. AULT
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office In Bank Building.
Horn phone both offlct and
$"....,, ' . - 4'" '
8tunj For 15 Years.
by indigestion's pangs trying many
doctors and $200.00 worth of medlcln
In vln, B. F. Ayscue, of Ingleslde,
N. C, at last used Dr. King's New
Life Pills, and writes they wholly
cured him. ' They cure constipation,
biliousness, sick headache, stomach,
liver, kidney and bowel trouble. 25c
at Burnaugh & Mayfield'.
Both of a Mind.
-i sometimes wish I were a mer
maid beneath the dark blue sea!" ex
claimed a romantic woman.
"And so do 1. my dear," replied ber
husband, who bad Just been treated
to a long lecture. "Then you would
have to abut your mouth or drownl"
Foley's Orino Laxative Is best for
women and children. It mild action
ind pleasant taste make It preferable
n violent DurgaUve8. suca as puis,
tablets etc. Cures constipation.
Burnaugh &, Mayfields.
ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET
BE81 OF MKA1H ALWAYH ON HAND.
Highest Market ()inb(S & Hotdlkiss INDEPENDENT
nice for . ouniit on
Pelts and Hides pkopbiktob UHt u
Legand of the Wrakin.
For the beneBt of (hose who do not
know It may be worth while to tell the
story of the Wrekln, that great bill
overlooking the Severn which is In
the center of Shropshire and therefore
of the universe. It la said that so
great was the flood, of Welsh perjurers
flowing dowu the Severn that the en
emy of mankind found himself unable
to deal with the supply, and to stop It
he proceeded to daiu the Severn, but
the spadeful of earth slipped before
he reached the river and formed the
Wrekln. -London Black and White.
M W I V
AT LOWEST RATES. ON EASIEST TERMS.
Wm. Miller & Brother,
SUITE 204, Wallowa National BanK.Bullding,
. . ,
: Dealer in Harness, Saddles. Chapps, Spurs
v and Leather Goods of all descriptions.
v I will fit you out with the best goods for the least
money. When in need oi anything in my line, can anu
. inspect my stock before purchasing.
ENTERPRISE. - - - - OREGON
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