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i i s 1 V, j StfaHmra County Chieftain ; County Pioneer Paper 1 Established In 1884. Published every I inursuav by The Enterprise Press. "V Office East side Court House Square. Entered In the postoffice at Enter- prise. Ore, as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year $1.50 Three months Invariably In Advance. 60c. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1910. City and County Brief News Items ' Ice Cream Freesers a brand new stock at Keltner's, C. H. Zurcher made a business trip to Wallowa Saturday. All phone orders for bus to and from depot promptly attended to. White Front barn. Home phone. 97b Mrs. Julius Bolter of Joseph vis ited Enterprise Wednesday. Miss Mary Darr returned Satur day from a visit with her parents at Elgin. Blueflame coll oil stoes and Insur ncn eaaolinn s loves In si. arrived J at Keltner's. Miss. Grace Wood, who had been I visiting her sister im Elgin, returned J home Saturday. STr. and Mrs. Lloyd W. Furdln of Alder Slope came home Saturday from several days visit In La Grande. Fishing tackle an Kinds and sal mon eggs at Keltner's. Conductor "Doc'' Harned assumed charge of one of the trains on the branch, Sunday. "Little Joker" squirrel traps kills huadredo. Try tt. Price 35 cents. Judge Crawford of Union arrived in Enterprise Tuesday evening to attend circuit court. Carter's White Lead and Linseed Oil at Keltner's. W. C. Straley, postmaster at Para dise, transacted business In Enter prise lost week, returning to Para dise Saturday morning. If you .want good feed for your team and good treatment come to White Front Barn. 7btf W 1 Tell your sweetheart and your wife about Harvey's the one up-to-date place where frozen dainties are a manufactured specialty. ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET BEST OF MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND. jfJ Market Combes & HotchkisS INDEPENDENT Pelts and Hides proprietor PHONE 20 Wallowa County Title & Abstract Company A. C. MILLER, President Office in Company's new brick building opposite front of new Court House, Oldest and most complete abstract plant in county. Abstracts of title furnished promptly and cheap ly. Insurance written in largest and strongest companies. 'Money Loaned at very Lowest Current Rates ENTERPRISE OPERA HOUSE One Night Only Saturday, July 16, 1910 THE POPULAR Lowe's Madison Square Theatre Company In the Charming Western Comedy Drama, in 4 Acts The Girl From Tennessee i Prices as usual. 25. 35. and SO cents Seats on Sale at Burnaugh & Mayfield's Plumbing, plumbing fixtures, pipes and fittings, rt Keltner's. Mr. and Mrl B. B. Eoyd reiurneii to 'Enterprise Tuesday after a pleasant sojourn at Seaside. Senator Turner Oliver stopped in Enterprise Weedneeday on his way from Joseph, to La Grande. Garden Hose - big shipment sprinklers, base fixtures, at Kelt ner's. v Sell your cream to the Enterprise Creamery Co, and get the highest market price for It. W. C. Wilson of near Joseph made a business trip to Enterprise Satur day, returning to Joseph In the ev ening. Sherwln & WiWams' palnta guar anteed at Keltner's. Mrs. S. D. Keltner and two lit tle daughters returned home Tues day after an extended visit to sev eral points In Washington. Oscar Eerland of Paradise tran sacted' business in Enterprise Fri day of last. week. Sell your cream to the Enterprise Creamery Co, and get the highest market price for It. Poultry men, call at Keltner's and see the Petaluma Incubators on ex hibition. LttMe Miss Mildred Day returned Friday from PaiadLse where aha had been viaitlng relatives for several days. Miss Lulu Ownbey arrived, home Saturday from a six weeks' visit at Elgin and other points la Union county. D. V. Eastman of Paradise left tot his home in that city Monday morning after transacting business for a few days in Enterprise. Sell your cream to the Enterprise Creamery Co., and get the hlghst market price for It. Sam Pace returned from La Grande the latter part of last week, having transacted business at the federal land office there. C. Mnrdock of the north part of the county was to Enterprise" the first of the week. While on the trip he transacted business at Wallowa. Mrs. Daniel Boyd and children, .Margaret and Stockton, returned from . La Grande Saturday where they had visited' the family of Judge Knowles. Dr. W. L. Nichols, osteopath, suc cessor to Dr. Mosre, has office hours all day Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday, In Enterprise. Office over the bank. 21atf Mrs. G. H. Lindley and Mrs. Oum- I nuns, iurnier remutnriv in r mm a, i turned to their homes at Vashon Island, near Seattle, Wednesday. They had been visiting In and about Flora. Ben BoeweM, well known in Wal- ' Iowa county, who returned recent ly from California, has purchased ! a f lve-acr e tract of land near La j Grande. He will make hiB future home there. 1 Every Clerk Every Mechanic Every Farmer Every Stockraiser Every Merchant Every Banker Every Professional Man it directly interested in theproiperityof Oregon. None flourish unless money is in good supply. Life insurance premiums drain Orejon of vast rams every year. Stop This Drain Place your life insurance with Drcgonlifc The Policyholders Company hi J is the only "Purely )reuo," Company. 4akes all of its invest ments here, and Is an im ortant factor in the up Hiilding of a Greater Oregon. fates are. no higher. v rite for further partic ilars giving your occu pation and date of birth. HOME OPFK K. PORTLAND, OR. v. L MILLS. Pre. L. SAMUEL, Oan. Mfr CLAKENCB 8. 8A.ULEU iul Mfr. Mrs. Howard K. O'Brien of Port end came to Wallowa on Saturdays xain, and is a guest of hex aunt, 4 re. John McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. 3'Brten will return to Wallowa to .-eside in the new future. Mis Marie Church of Independ- ance. One., is visiting with Mr. and vlrs. C. H. Zurcher. Mlse Church was formerly a teacher In the public schools here. She will spend prob xbly a month with former frlende In Enterprtee Michael Miller, a laborer, was kill ed by the train at Cove station, Thursday morning last. His re mains were sent to Pendleton. No papers or other means of giving a jlue to the whereabouts of -his rel atives were found on his person. Mrs. O. M. Corklns arrived home Saturday from Portland and' Turner, aavlng attended the state Christian church convention at the latter place. She was accompanied home by her slater, Mrs. A. R. Slavens, and tittle daughter Viola, of Port ed. Reports from the Imnaha are to -he effect that cougars are so plen tiful and so audacious that they are itealing to within a ' few hundred yards of sheep camps and killing lambs. Thlsi ought to be good news to the hunters with good dogs and trusty rifles. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Burnaugh, H. A. Galloway, Miss. S. V. Heaton, S. P. Pace, Mr. and Mrs. 8. L. Brooks, A. F. Linn, A. Wade and F. B. Tharp are among the Enterprise delegation stopping at the Savoy. They are all here to attend the chau ttuqua. La Grande Observer. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Amey, who had been visiting relatives In this city and at Joseph for several weeks, de parted Friday for their home at Mon mouth, 111. Mr. Aroey'a sister, Miss Guasie Amey, who has spent the past year here, returned home with them. They wtll visit at Colorado Springs and Denver en roate. PIONEER RESIDENT TAKEN 8EVERELY ILL THI8 WEEK D. B. Reavls, one of the early pioneers of Wallowa county, is se riously ill' at the home of G. 8. Reavls in thisclty. D. B. Reavls was formerly county Judge of Wallowa county, and is a large proprety hold er here. His Illness is occasioned by the feebleness of old age, and while his many friends hope for his recovery his condition, owfhg to his age, is rendered critical. THE MEADOW DAIRY I tm 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 Cieam to whip, )r quart, . 40c Buttermilk, per gallon, 10c Skimmed Milk, per gallon 10c W. W. ZURCHER OSTEOPATHIC QUESTIONS ANSWERED. What, is Osteopathy? Osteopathy is a system of treat ment, chiefly by manipulation, that has met wiUi such remarkable suc cess in the fifteen years In which it has been known to the public In the. United Staties, that ft has won a motst extensive support, and has over five thousand practitioners. What does it treat? H has a complete system for the treatment of human disease, in acute cases it is just as successful as in chronic. 'Do Osopathicta use; any means beside, manipulation? Certainly. While correction of an atomical irregularities is fundamen tal, many simple appliances, such as are used In the sick room by all schools of practice to give re lief and comfort, are at our com mand. Mr. and Mrs. Lapham of Joseph visited acquaintances Saturday In Dnterprise. Mrs. Minnie Hollembaek of Aledo, Illinois, arrived Monday for a visit with her son, Ralph B. Hollembaek, and family. F. Y. Mulkey of Monmouth, Ore., returned last week from Rochester, Minn., where he received medical treatmnt tni a sanitarium. On his way home he stepped in Enterprise to look over the country in Wallowa county, going finally -to his home tn Monmounth. He was well pleased with this section, of Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald of Wal lowa returned to their home Ln that city Monday morning. Mrs. McDon ald gave & report of the national Sunday school convention which she attended, and which was very enthusiastically received at the union services held at the Presby erian church here Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. McKnelly came In from Portland this week and' are registered at the Hotel Enterprise. Mr. McKnelly was here about three weeks ago In the Interests of the New York Lire Insurance company and was so much pleased with the country and climate that on his re 'urn he brought Mrs. McKnelly with nim. Mr. McKnelly is an IlMnolun and was for many years manager for '.he company ln Southern Illinois. He has written a number of promi nent Oregonlans during his brief residence In this state. He was very juccessful during his recent visit uere. Among the policies written were C. P. Ragsdale 20,OOO, Fred W. Falconer $20,000 and James A. Funk $10,000. Others who do no'. lsh their name mentioned brings 'he total up to $85,000. Mrs. Dr. Moore and sister, Dr. Pur dum lert Enterprise Monday morn ing for Flora. The labter will prac tice osteopathy at Flora in the future. Mrs. Mojre will remain chere with her sister for a few days. Joining. Dr. Moore on their way to Kansas City where Dr. Moore will take special work dur ing the summer in osteopathy. During the summer, too, Dr. and Mrs. ! Moore will visit the former's inothir at Sawfca Rosa, Calif. After almost year in special work In Kaunas City, Dr. and Mrs. Moore will lo cate In Portland' permanently. Dr. Moore is a member of the Oregon Staite Medical, beard, and during1 the recent examination held in Portland .attended officially. One hundred md four practltloueers were examin ed, 13 of whom were of the osteo pathic school. The White if you want a high grade sewing machine which la 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 to made in two styles, the Vibrator Shuttle and the Improved Rotary Shuttle The lattter 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 ln Wallowa county. v WHITES FRONT Livery, Feed and Sale Stable R. I. DAY, Good Rigs Fair Treatment Horses Bought and Sold Special Attention to Commercial Trade Rates for Regular Boarders Bus to and From Trains Best of Help Employed Home Phone Open Day and Night One Block North of Hotel Enterprise A 1 a a. 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 tL ABSTRACT CO. ENTiaPKISI, ORIG0N C M. L0CKW00D, Leckwoel Blljrea, United States Commissioner Manager! J. Stubblefleld returned the first f ihe we-k. from Roseburg, Ore. O. E. Ilodiror of Paradise brought 1 big load of fine, hogs to the Enter prise market Friday. Mrs. Gussle Raney of Hood River is visiting relatives' and friends in Enterprise. She arrived Saturday iml will remain several days. Rodgers Brothers moved Tuesday from tholr building near Uie Lltch building, to the Ault property, op posite the M. E. parsonage. Miss Essie Rater of Elgin to vis iting the families of L. Berland and II. L. Day, having arrived from El srln Saturday, She will remain three weeks. District Attorney Ivan hoe of La Grande arrived ln Enterprise Sun- ay evening to be present at the July session of the circuit court which began Tuesday morning. Clarence S. 6amuel, assistant roan- iger of the Oregon Life Insurance ompany, is transacting business in iSnterprlse and the Wallowa Valley .-itieu. Mr. Samuel to a genial, en gaging young man' and know ln- jurance from a to c. J. M. Shirley of the "Palouse" joumtry, Washington, drove through he country to the Imnaha district, -!ast of Enterprise, passing through lire Monday. Mr. Shirley may lo cate In the Imnaha country. He is acquainted with the Stewart liv ing in that portion of Wallowa coun ty. Mrs. J. O. Rennle and children, :'laud and Alice, and Mrs. Howard .Vaguer, left Welnesday morning for Portland, called there by a message uinounclng the serious illness of Mrs. Rennle's father, R. H. Price, A'ho had suffered a stroke of paraly i!s. Mr. Price was a former resident f Enterprise having brought In and perated the first transfer and bag gage wagon ever In Enterprise. .Mrs. J. II. Long, nee Miss Etiel vi ax well, formerly of this city but now of Lewlston, Ida., arrived ln En erprise Tuesday to vlt!. her mother, ilrs. Sarah Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. Long drove across country from their Idaho home. Soreness of the muscles, whether induced by violent exercise or injury, m quickly relieve! by the free expli cation of Chamberlain's Liniment. This liniment U equally valuable for muscular rheumatism and always affords quick relief. Sold by Bur naugh It May field and all good drug gists, l oe lumoer industry of Wallowa tt daily becoming a more important fao tor In the growth of the town. From a paltry shipment of 22 cart in the last 12 months, the exportation prom ises to reach nearly 20,000,000 feet during the comlrjg year. Dr. Arthur C. Boggest, who for sev eral years past hat held the chair of history and economics at Pacific uni versity, will not be connected with the school next year, bui will probably leave for India to take up missionary work. Tee'Jilng children have more or lees diarrhoea, which can he controll ed by giving Chamber la Wr Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that to necessary is to give the pre scribed dose after each operation of the bowels more than natural and then castor oil to cleanse the sys tem. It Is safe and sure. Sold by Ilurnaugh tt May field and all good druggists. ' Proprietor D unniniimuiuniiiii Read J M This i n m M M U Have you examined our line of Ladies' and Children's H at Wash Suits Ladies' ; Fancy Shirts: Waists, Undershirts, Muslin Underwear, Hosiery, Cloves, Etc Also a complete line of Men's Furnishing, in cluding the McKlbbln and Stetson Hats. We have just now the most complete line that we have ever carried. We buy our Dry Goods from one of the largest houses in Chicago 'and have a large assortment from which to make our selections. We discount our bills, which gives us the goods laid down in our store at the lowest cash prices. ' We giver our customers the benefit of our cash buy. We also give a discount on all cash purchases. If you are going to build call and let us figure with you on Doors and Windows. We have just received a large stock of same and we are going to sell them at bed rock prices. R.S. & Z. f s Company lUinnuiiiuiuiuiMi " NOTICE. The accounts of Poulston t Pra ter have been placed ln my hands for collection. Those knowing them selves Indebted to thin firm wlil please call and settle at once. W. E. 7AGGART. Hay Fever and Asthma Brliiig discomfort and misery to many people but Foley's Honey and Tar gives ease and comfort to the suffering ones. It relieves the con gestion in the bead and throat and is soothing and healing. None gen uine but Foley's Honey and Tar in ; the yellow package. Burnaugh & Mayfleld.