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So. nam. T . wg. Tlw. PH. St. 7777 ..i 234 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 . . City and County Brief News Items L. M. Chapman was here from Lotlne Saturday. "Little Joker" squirrel traps kills hundredo. Try tt. Price 35 cents. Michael Crow of Lostlne spent Sat urday In Enterprise. Dr. F. E, Moore, osteopath, has office hours all day Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday Uh Enterprise. Of fice over the bank. 83btf Attorney D. W. Sheahan sold his ranch In the Eden country last week' to Albert Baker. The special car of the general munager of the O. R. &,N. road passed through Enterprise Saturday morning. Sher,wln & WirJaros' paints guar anteed at Keltner'8. Misses Gladys and Isabel- Miller and Miss Muriel McKlnley, all of whom have beein visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miller of this city, left Wednesday morning for their homes in La Grande. Blueflaroe coll oil stoes and Insur ance gasoline stoves just arrived at Keltaers. Judge J. B. Olmsted received 100 from W. E. Taggart Monday morn ing, In settlement from the Aetna Insurance company for the fire .which recently broke out . in the judge's residence near Enterprise. Fishing tackle all Kinds and sal mon eggs at Keltner's. Four men representing large In terests, from Clearwater, . Idaho, are looking over the country In and about Enterprise. They are looking for range for a large hunch- of horses and also for land open to settlement. Ladies' Kahkl Riding Suits, Just received, at W. J. Funk & Co's. George Houser of Joseph, Inter ested in the Black Marble Lime works south of Enterprise, spent the latter part of last week here on bus iness. Mr. Houser returned' to Jo seph Saturday evening. He re ports that the outlook for the lime Industry here is excellent. Some score or more residents of Enterprise left Monday morning for Portland, where they will attend the rose carnival. If the balance of Oregon sends a corresponding num ber, right off the bat, so to speak, the rose carnival will be a Buccess in point of attendance, at least. Switzerland. Much of the 10.000 square miles or territory comprising Switzerland is so mountainous und stony that when available for any purpose it cau only be for the pasturuge of animuls. Vet so carefully are all of the natural re sources conserved and exploited that the country is one of the most prosper ous In the world, and tup Swiss peo ple are as coutented as they are in dustrious and frugal. The Rod Squirrel. Wbeu the red squirrel begins tnp ping maple trues for the siip the ani mal makes an Incision In the bark und waits until the sup bus trickled a short distance down the trunk. of the tree. He then begins at the bottom of the stream and licks up until be bus reach ed the source of the Bow, wbuu he again waits and repeats the perform ance until satisfied. Hit with a club that's the way a sizzling hot day makes one feel, unless you drink Har vey's cooling sodas. fit- i xiejuEyjae REAL ESTATE FIRM Payne & Sheets ENTERPRISE, OREGON. We handle Handles and City Pro perty. We can exchange your land for city property, or visa-versa. We have some fine residence lots for sale. 2 We sell Business Lots. J ' Make Loans on Land. Writ Your Insurance. J z Call and see ub when in town. , ij Office In Lltch Bulldlnfl. Enterprise, Oregon. i XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXtXXXXi Wallowa County Tide Abstract Company t x A. C. MILLER, President t Office in Company's riew brick building opposite front of i t i i new KAun House, uiaest ana most complete abstract plant in county. Abstracts of title furnished promptly and cheap- Insurance written in largest and strongest companies. Money Loaned at YeryLowest Current Rates A'' Poultrymen, call at Keltner's and see the Petaluma Incubators on ex hibition. S. F. Pace arrived home Saturday from a several days trip to Wallowa and other points in and outside the county. Large shipment of new potatoes Just arrived at W. J. Fuuk & Co's. Four pounds for 25 cents. H. E. Oakes left on a business trip to Lostlne Tuesday, returning In the evening. While there be en gaged In a little fishing. Jaunt of an hour or two. Just received a shipment 6f mar ule and am prepared to furnish mon aments on short notice. Prices and work right. Also agent for the cel abrated Stewart's Iron Fence. Char es Willgerodt, Enterprise. lOObm Mrs. S. K. Clark arrived here .'rora points in Arizona, Sunday .tight. Mrs. Clark left some months Ago on account of her condition of aealth, and returns very much im proved. If you want good feed for your earn and good treatment come to VhJte Front Barn. 97btf L. B. Payne, secretary of the iocal Commercial club, conferred- with a representative of the Joseph Coni nerclal club last Saturday on the matter of advertising Wallowa coun y to eastern homeseekers. The. Jo leph representative will bring the matter up before the Commercial club of that city. For Father and Sons, Clothes, at prices you can afford to buy, wheth er you need or not. W. J. Funk & Co. Surveyor H. E. Merrymari" left Tues day morning for Rondowa where he has several days work at survey ing. Garden Hose big shipment jprlnklers, hose fixtures, at Kelt ler's. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gleason, for merly of near Cha'.eau, "Montana, are ji Enterprise doing light housekeep ing while Mr. Gleason, Is seeking a ranch location. The residents of this section, of Wallowa county hope that the new-comera may find a ranch near heie and remain as citi zens. How about that new suit for the 4th? Funk & Co. are ready to help you out at their sale, June 4th. Don't pass this up. Dr. Gray, the painless dentist specialist, now at the Hotel Enter prise, Mrs. Fred S. Ashley and little daughter Gena returned Wednesday of last week from an extended visit with friends at points la. Idaho. Mr. Ashley met the two at Wallowa and returned with them. You have the money. We have the Clothes, lets Sjwap., See our clothes Saturday, June 4th. W. J. Funk & Co. W. J. Spencer of La Grande has been in Enterprise on business. He represents the George Palmer Lumber company, a company owning some 60,000 acres of timber land in Wallowa county, Dr. Gray .extracts teeth absolute ly without pain or danger. Mrs. Charles Hug and little son Procter returned home last week from Elgin, and La Grande. The little son had visited his grandpar ents In Elgin for some two weeks.; Attorney Daniel Boyd returned Monday morning from Chico whither he went on business In company with J. D. Struble. Mr. Boyd la enthusiastic over the crop outlook for the section , of the county he passed through, and says that the future for Wallowa county never looked so good from an agricultural standpoint, as it does this year. XXJLXXAXXXXXtXtXJn&XXXXXX 4 & Buy that boy his school suit, NOW. Sale starts Saturday, June 4. W. J. Funk & Co. Beyrl Rebinson, daughter of I. H. Robinson, of Joseph, concluded a ten days' visit at the Mountain Vle,w Fruit farm of O. J. Roe, and re turned to her home in Joesph, Sat urday. We start our sale Saturday be cause we want the people in the country to have an equal break with the town folks. Bring your butter and eggs along. W. J. Funk & Co. Miss Ramona Roe was hostess to a delightful party Thursday of last week, the guests being the mem bers of her Sunday school class and their teacher, Miss Amy Olmsted. A delicious picnic dinner was spread .wider the trees of the spacious lawn which surrounds the home at the Mountain View Fruit farm, and a day of genuine pleasure was enjoyed by the happy young people. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Boehmer will entertain the Win One class of the Presbyterian Sunday school, of which Mr. Boehmer is teacher, Thursday evening at their home. Hamilton Vance, a pioneer prospec tor and miner of eastern Oreeon. ar rived In Enterprise from his mine claims on the lower Imnaha, near Snake river last Monday, remain ing over Tuesday. Mr. Vance has some good property 'there. On the surface the copper assays show from five to thirty-five per cent In copper values alone, with good, profitable gold values. The forma tion is sulphide with granite con tact. Nothing more than assessment work is being done at thlsi time, as little or no development work will be done In the district until trans portation facilities enter that sec tion, along Snake river. Mr. Vance '.s about a mile and a bait above' Eureka. , ' ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. tn the County Count of the State of Oregon, for Wallowa County. In the matter of the Estate of Wil liam Holloway, Deceased. Notice la hereby given that the un dersigned has been duly appointed by the County Court of Wallowa County, State of Oregon, the Admin istrator of the Estate of William Hol ioway, deceased, and has duly qual ified as suoh Administrator. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified and re quested to present 'the same to me within six months' from the date 'aereof, properly verified .as- requir ed by la,w, and to present the same -o me at Flora, Oregon. Dated and first published June 9, 1.910. ' 42c5 JOHN T. HOLLOWAY, Administrator of Estate of William Holloway, Deceased. THOS. M. DILL, Attorney for Ad ministrator, Enterprise, Oregon. ADVERTISED LETTER8. Following is a list of letters re gaining uncalled for at the postof 'ice at Enterprise, Oregon, . for the eek ending June 4, 1910: Mr; John rnold, Mr. George Beem, Mr. John Clark, Mr. Gerald Nolk, Mrs. P. Lottis, Mr. F. A. Mayler, Mr. Chas. May, Ora Pennington, George Ped rson, Mr. T. W. Tung, Mr. Clyde Waffle. , Persons calling v for any of the iboye will please say advertised. If lot called for, the above will be sent "o the Dead Letter office on June 18, 1910. BEN WEATHERS, Postmaster. Glad to Re command Them. Mr. E. Weakley, Kokomo, Ind., ays: "After taking Foley's Rid jey Pills, the severe backache left e, my kidneys became stronger, he secretions natural and my blad ler no longer pained me. I am Jlad to recommend Foley's Kidnej Pills." In a ye'.low package. Bur laugh & Mayfield. THE MEADOW DAIRY I am now prepared to furnish the people of En- . terprise and vicinity with the best of MILK, CREAM, BUTTERMILK SKIMMED MILK Whole Milk, per quart, ' . 5c Cream for table use, per quart 25c Ciecm to whip, )er quart, .- 40c Buttermilk, per gallon, - 10c Skimmed Milk, per gallon - - 10c W. W. ZURCHBR THE OSTEOPATHIC PRIMER. A Sixth Cause of DIsAise Over or Under Activity of Nerve Center. The treatment of nerve centers Is an important one, and Is especial ly a fundamental method in osteo pathy. lt is proven by physiol ogy that nerves may be simulat ed, that is, the strength and force nerve currents may be increas ed; also that nerves may be inhib ited, .that Is, the nerve current may be decreased by manipulation. We have taken advantage of these facte and applied them to the treat ment of those diseases, which are caused either by over-, or. under activity of nerve centers. For ex ample: A goitre is quite often (not ilways) due to over-activity of a larg nerve center (the superior cervical ganglion). . The treatment here indicated Is to decrease the strength and force of the nerve currents as they pass- out from the superior cervical gang lion to the thyroid gland, (which when enlarged is called a goitre.) That the goitre decreases in size under this treatment is- sufficient evidence of Its efficacy as a ther apeutic procedure. But this nerve center also sends nerves to the eye, to the heart, to the blood vessels of the head; aence, all diseases which affect the eye, ear, noae and throat and heart are more or less amenable to os teopathic treatment by this route Remember, that stimulation and inhibition of nerve centers form only one method of treatment. I touch this subject only briefly, but the object ,will be obtained if your con ception of osteopathic diagnosis and the possibility of osteopathic treat ment have been widened, That oateopathy haa c. profound hypothesis anU a wide working basis and application must be evident. If the conception, of it Is unusually limited by deficient knowledge, It Is the deisre to expand such views that leads me to present this pamphlet. Osteopathic Health. (To be continued.) Our entire stock of men's and boy's clothing goas on sale at great ly reduced prices, Saturday June 4. W. J. Funk AC: The White If you want a high grade se(wlng machine which is a . WORLD'S STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE BUY A WHiTE The machine Is unsurpassed for simplicity, durability and the char acter of the work it will do. It te made ia two styles, the Vibrator Shuttle and the Improved Rotary Shuttle, The lawter machine sews either a lock or a chain stitch. There are a number of styles to choose from and the wood work is the handsomest possible. Fred S. Ashley handles the WHITE MACHINE in Enterprise. ING Dandruff and FATTTUfVU AID are but oulw vd signs of the evil done in secret by myriads of dan Jruff germs lapping the life blood I of the hair. Micro kills the para- sue, sootr.es the itching scalp, I gives lustre to the hair and stops I it filling out A single application i gives relict and proves its worth. ' Save your hair before too late. ; Micro prevents baldness. It Is a -Iclitfiuul dressing for the hair, I free from grease and sticky oils. i Ask yourdrusjistforfree booklet j ,KCYT CHEMICAL CO. I . . PORTLAND, OREGON For 8ale By BURNAUGH & MAYFJELD !1 oCALPIa I t . WHITE FRONT J Livery, Peed and Sale Stable I R. L. DAY, Proprietor I Good Rigs Fair Treatment Horses Bought and Sold I Special Attention to Commercial Trade I Rates for Regular Boarders Bus to and From Trains Best of Help Employed Home Fhone Open Day and Night One Block North of Hotel Enterprise Abstracts Loans . Insurance Reliable Abstracts of title furnished on short notice. All Kinds of money to loan on farm property, from one to five years; large or small amounts Fire Insurance written in companies that pay all losses in full. WALLOWA LAW. LAND 'ft ABSTRACT CO. ENTERPRISE, OREGON . C. M. L0CKW00D, LocKwood Bilven. m D United States Commissioner I 0 0 F enterprisb lodqe' n v'mEIULD REBEKAH LODGE, No. 119 K, ri - ENTERPRISE LODGE, No . ofT. 4. 1UAMTA TEMPLE, No. 1, Pythla inters. MA OH MIP ENTEKl'UISB CHAPTEK IiIMuUNIUNo. 30, Royal Arch Maton WALLOWA LODGE, No. 82, A. F. V. M., ia 11 1 EAGLE CAMP, No. 10497, M IVI.n.H.W. A, Meets tint and third Thursdays In each month, In new Fra ternal halL Visiting- Neighbors alwayt welcome. CHAS. THOMAS, Consul. JAS. W. RODGBRS, Ckgrk , VNEltOID CAMP, No. 8642, R. N. of A. Ill fl III ENTERPRISE CAMP, No II. U. II. 635. W. of W. ILMOTA CIRCLE. No. 278. W. of W. den H in tori foufiS" Guilty. CANYON CITY The Jury In the Ben Hintofc case returned a verdict of guilty of murder In the second de gree. The first ballot stood, accord ing to reportB, eight for first degree and four for second degree. Hlnton Is already sentenced to one year In the penitentiary for larceny of a check. Start Survey for Line. to Coot Bay. .EUGENE P. B. Kidder, one of the promoters of the railroad proposed to be built by the Lane County Asuet Company of this city between Eugene and Coos Bay, is in Marshfleld, where he will direct the beginning of the survey from that end of the line. , . . , , , i By requ.t. Dr. Gray will remain ONE WEEK LONGER at the IIo el Enterprise, until June 15, 1910. VOT1CB FOR PUBLICATION ISO LATED TRACT. PUBLIC LAND SALE. Department ot the Interior. J. S. Land Office at La Grande, Or egon, June 3d, 1910. Notice is hereby given that, ae lirected by the CommUsloner of the ieneral Land Offlre, under provisions-' of Act of Congress approved June 27, 1906'(34 Stats, 617), we will offer at public sale, to the hlgh at bidder, at 10 o'clock a. m., on he 21st day of July, 1910, at this rfflce, the following-described land: The NE SWft fe 8WV4 SH iec. 83, T. 1 N., R. 45 E. W. M., Serial No. 07406. Any persona claiming adversely the lbove-descrlbed land are. advised to Ue their claims, or objections, on r before the time designated for tale. 42c5 F. C. Bramwell,'fteltr, Colon U. Eberhard, Receler. What Everybody Ought to Know. That Foley's Kidney Pills contain just tlie ingredients necessary to .one, strengthen and regulate the action of the kidneys and bladder. Uurnaugh & MayMeld. Making Pure Candy Is a Mission rX jay Modern SireeU 1 ." A Miuion Fulfilled fl PatronU the "Modern Dealer" II Hod ConlidlMtry Co, Mfra, Fortius, OrotM S( a Managers a m liead This Have you examined our line of Ladies' and Children's Wash Suit, Ladies' a Fancy Shirts: Waists, S Undershirts, Muslin Underwea r t Hosiery, Gloves, Etc. I? Also a complete line of 5 Men's Furnishings, in- eluding the McKibbin and Stetson Hats. We have just now the most complete line that we have ever carried. 5 H We buy our Dry Goods from 8 one of the largest houses in S Chicago and have a large a assortment from which to S make our selection's. B We discount our bills,' which 3 gives us the goods laid down S in our store at the lowest cash prices. We give our customers the benefit of our cash buy. We also give a discount on all cash purchases. If you are going to build 3 call and let us figure 3 witn you on Doors and Q Windows. We have just S - - sW received a large stock of 9 same and we are going a to sell them at bed rock 3 prices. R.S. & Z. f Company iiiiiiiuiiniiiiiiiiiir 1 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ta aold on a guarantee that If you are not satisfied after using two-thirds f a bottle according to directions, your money will be refunded. It l ip to you to try. Sold by all deal ers. STALLION BOOKS. Indispensable records for owners jf stallions, containing Ueacrlptioa of mares, dates of Bervice, time of payments, and all . necessary data, printed on good paper and strongly bound' la boards with cloth back, for sale at this office or sent post, age prepaid on receipt of price, fl.