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Now is the time to bay your Fall and Winter Suit before the line is broKen 5 OO New and up-to-date samples now on display. The new Fall line of noted Hart Schaffner & Marx and the Kuh, Nathan & Fischer Clothing is now arriving and will be on display for your inspection. Why not buy a suit that is GUARANTEED and be sure of being fully satisfied C. fi. ZURCHER The Men's Outfitter I Making Pure Candy Is a Mission Modern Sirecisj A Mission Fulfilled Patronise the "Modem Dealer" Uiitn Cwftctimnr C., Ulru, Partiurf, One RUN SPECIAL TRAM ROM UNI CO I (Si Drives away Flies, Mosquitoes and Gnats. It protects horses and cattle from attacks of insects, enabling them to feed and sleep in peace. It prevents loss of weight and strength from worry caused by attacks of insects, and from the irritation of their bites and stings. There is a satisfaction in the relief it affords domestic animals from the scourge of maddening parasites and flies, besides the profit in returns. Horses do more work on less feed and cows yield more and better milk when relieved from the frenzy incited by constantly fighting a swarm of voracious, insatiable insects. Four sizes, 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.25. Ask your merchant for it. Uoyt Cbeaiicai, Co. Portland, Oregon BIG CROWD WILL ATTEND FAIR ON UNION DAY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. Thursday, September 29, will be Union County day at the big Wal lowa County fair in Enterprise. A dozen fair boosters made the trip to La Grande and surrounding towns Wednesday and Thursday, and they bring back assurances that great in terest is taken in our fair out there and many ere preparing to come. A special train will run from La Grande on that day and special round trip rates given from all Union county stations. Hundreds of .eople In- Union coun ty have longed to see but ee.ver have seen the far-famed beautiful Wallowa valley. This will be their opportunity. The autumnal glories of field, meadow, mountain side and cloud-capped peaks are in their fullest effulgence. They will carry back with them a memory of beauty and grandeur that will slay with them all their lives and be worth every day all the trivial cost. Wallowa will extend a cordial greeting to all citizen of Union which is our eider sister anyway. FREE CAMP GROUNDS. Free camping grounds in end about the city are open to visitors to the big fair. There will be pleaty of wood, water and grass. SCBCZBSSREiaSSSa: ?-!T6Jaai fESSEIiSICHUlUllinilll Who's to Blame? When you buy goods that you are after wards disatisfied with, you feel that the Quality was not there. Now when you are in need of an article and haven't good knowledge of the quality of the same, then you must leave it to the maKe. Get something that is standard and backed up by a good manufacturer. Here is where we come in. We handle only reputable lines of Merchandise and stand bacK of every thing we sell to maKe it good if it goes wrong. We cater to the people 'who want good goods at the lowest prices they can be sold at. PROGRAM OF THE Wallowa County Fair At Enterprise, Oregon, weeK beginning September 26, 1910 A. M. to 11:30 11:30 1 P. M. W. J. FUNK a CO. j THE QUALITY STORE E Always Up-to-date Never a minute behind g 9 to 11:30 11:30 1 P. M. MONDAY. Devoted to lns;al!lng exhibits. TUESDAY. Auction sale of live stock. Several hundred high-grate horses and. cat tle to be sold at auction. High Dive. Prof. Lampman. of Seat tle, who wUl dive from elevation of 80 feet into 4 feet of water. E. M. & M. Content. To man har nessing two horses, hitching them to plow and plowing furrow. Uu this contest neatness of harness ing and hitching and stralghtnese of furrow to count equally with speed.) Prtee, one steel beam J. I. Case plow. W. R. Holmes Contest. To best lady rider, S10 cash. L. Berland Contest. To beat gentle man rider, $o cash. One-fourth niLle dash, free for all, purse S100, 5 to enter and 3 to start. Five per cent of' purse - all entries. An additional 5 per cent charg d money winners. High Dive. Lecture on some subject, to be an-' Bounced, dealing with farm matters by one of the professors from the State Agricultural College at Cor vallla. WEDNESDAY. Continuation of auction, sales. High Dive. Contest for prize 3 offered by farmers of Lower Prairie Creek. To man harnessing four horses, hitching them to wagon and walking team 50 feet. (In this contest, neatness of harnessing and hitching to count equally with speed.) Prizes, 1st $25; 2d, $10. S. D. Keltner Contest To boy, 16 or under, who harnesses two horses, hitches them to plow and plows furrow. (In this contest, neatness of harnessing and hitch ing and straightness of furrow to count equally with speed.) Prize, $10. Association's contest. For best single driver, owner to drive. 1st prize, $10; 2d, $5. First day of relay race. Raoeto be 15 miles, 5 mi es per day for three days. Each entry to be allowed five horses. Horses to be changed each one-half mile. Horses, at time of change, may be held by others, but rider must change his own saddle. Horses restricted to Wallowa county horses. Race horses barred. Three starters re quired. Entrance to this race, $10. Association guarantees purse of $150. Harness horse rare, best two In three heata, one-half mile, owners to drive. Purse, $25, of which $15 to first; $10 to second. High Dive. Lecture on. some subject, to be an nounced, dealing with farm matters by a professor from O. A. C. A M. to 11:30 11:30 1 P. M. A. M. 9 to 11:30 11:30 '1P.M. A. M. 9 to 11:30 11:30 1 P. M. THURSDAY. Continuation of auction, sales,. High Dive. Packing contest. 1st prtxe, $10, of fered by Baker ft SnUh; 24 prise, $", offered by W. C. Boatman. In this contest ne-Unejs counts equal, ly with eievd. Each contestant must pack the same load. Each co.t?oiant must pack hU load with out assistance, but may have what ever nl stance he may desire in driving his rack animal 100 yards. Baking onteH for prise offered by W. C, Torrance. 1st prize, $10; 2d, $".: 3d, $2:50. To girl 18 years old or under, who mokes and bakes pan of biscuits quickest and best, A-wixuitlon's content. For best driv ing team, owner to drive. 1st, $15; 2d, $7.50. Second day of relay race. Three-eighth mile dash, free for all. parse $100. Five to eater and S to start. Five per cent changed1 all entries. An additional 5 .per cent charged money winners. High Dive. Lecture by O. A. C. professor. FRIDAY. Continuation, of auction sales. High Dive. Candidates' Day. All the candidate for sta'e offices on all the tickets wil' be present. Pulling contest: 1st prtee, $20 suit of clothes offered bj C, H. Zurch er; 2d prize, $10 cash, offered by H. 1,. Day, proprietor White Front S tables To best pullingi team. Handicap contest. Handicaps will bo announced later. Baby Show, for prizes offered1 by Han. D. W. Slieahan,$5 to prettiest boy baby, under one year; $5 to prettiest girl baby, under 1 year. All coii'te'-ants must have been born In Wallowa county. Conclusion of re'ey race. High Dive. One half mile free for all, purse $100. Same conditions as in other run ning races. Spt-aches by Candidates. SATURDAY. School Children's Day. Continuation of auction, galea. High Dive. Contest for prize, as follows: 1st prize $10, offered, by Enterprise Real Estate Co.; 2d prise $5; 3d prize $2.50, offered by the associa tion. To girl, 12 years old or un dsr, member of any Sunday School In Wallowa county, who sings best. Riding contest, 1st prize $6.50; 2d prize, $3.D0. To girl under 16 who rides best. Foot Bal! game, Wallowa County High School vs. some other school to be announced later. Horse races, to be filled. High Dive. BIG STOCK SALES FEATURE OF FAIR HUNDREDS OF HORSES, CATTLE AND OTHER STOCK WILL BE AUCTIONEED OFF. The auction aa'ea of high grade horses, rattle and other stock to be held every day of the Wallowa County fair except Monday, bids well to be the biggest thing of the kind ever held la Eastern Oregon. Personal letter have been written, to over 400 stock buyer In the Northwest, and a large attendance of oirUlde purchasers seems assured. The stock offered for sale will In clude some of the best tn Wallowa county ami that means the best la all the Northweat, for Wallowa coun ty is second; to none In stok horses, cattle, sheep and swine. Oa Tuesday alone over 100 head of high grade Pen herons, Clyde and Shires will be offered for kale. They are from the well known stables of E. A, Anderson and George Wagner. That fact la enough to guarantee the qirallty of the horses, as. every horseman in several counties round about knows. That sale is but a sample of what will be taking place on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday fore noons. Mr. Anderson, who. is one of the foremost horse breeders tn Eastern Oregon, and a big woolgrower as well, says there are over 800 horse already In eight for the sales to say nothing about the cattle, sheep and hogs. No lover of fine stock can afford to miss theee great sales whether he is a probable purchaser or not. MOVING PICTURE SHOW OPENS The Lyric theatre oponed last night with the following program: "Trained Birds" and "Servants Good Joke." (Comedy. "Red Wing's Gratitude" an. Indian story. Illustrated Song, "How Do You Do, Miss Josephine T'' "Under the Star and 8tripoa," a story of the Spanish American War. These pictures are without doubt the best ever seen iu Enterprise, be ing perfectly clear and steady, two qualities very seldom sesu In small picture theatres. However, the Lyric Is in Enter prise for good, and the management assures us that all picture shown will be up to the standard of thoso seen last night, the program chang ing Mondey, Wednesday and Friday. A departure bound to meet the ap proval of the ladles k the souvenir matinee that will be given each Wed nesday afternoon when a souvenir will be given each lady and girl. CITY WATER AT FAIR. City water, the best and purest in the world, and electric lights at the fair grounds will Insure comfort, cleanliness and convenience, day and night. Fancy Work May Be Sent In Now Mrs. Anton PoJey Will Take Charge of It, Pending Opening of County Fair. Ladies of the county having fancy work to exhibit at the fair, and not being able to come to Enterprise at present and thus look after the work intended for the exhibit, can save time and trouble by sending all ucli work to Mrs. Anson F. Poley, Lliu-ipirfte. Mrs. Poley will take charge of ail ;dch work before tbe fair, and '.bus the owners of ir-U .'ancy wik will receive thj is.uW faction U-ui it will not becora1 rfthf.r tart or soiled. Thle will facilitate the collection of such exhibits. Tbe Fair preparations, not alone In this detail, but In all other details, are rapidly being completed. From all present indications the exhibits at the fair will be the most complete in tbe history of the county, and tbe attendance will be the largest, good weather permitting, of any also in the county's history. Practically every resident of tbe county is working to make fair week a home-coming week, and is writing to absent members of family and to friends with this fax vterr. Flora Expects You At North End Fair Fire Exhibjts And Good Program Thursday and Friday, Septem ber 22 and 23. Everybody that possibly can should attend the Koith End fair that will be held at Flora, Thursday and Fri day, September 22 and 23. The beau ty of tbe ride itself is worth all the time and expense of the trip. There will be a fine exhibit of North End products, grasses, grain and stock, from Flora and I-ott Prairie; ome of the famed Paradise wheat and the wonderful fruit from j Troy, Grouse and Eden. Following is the program of sports: Team pulling contest, single. hore pulling contest, relay race on horsv back, men's egg race, ladles' egg race, boy's egg race, 100 yard dash, ; fat man's race, lady's race, girl's race, boy's race, so race, barrel j race, men's relay race, boy's relay j race (under 10 years), lifting sledge, , ring tournament, horse race (3U0 yards), boy's pony race, lady's bo:s race, girl's horse race. 293 acres Alder Slope, $23,000.00 80 acres Alder Slope, $ 8,000.00 160 acres hill land, about six miles out, $2,000.03 320 acres, 12 miles out, $3,200.00 City Lota, $100 to $300 Residence Property, $6SO to $3,0 DO Fire Insurance Surety Bond Live Stock Insurance W. E. TAGGART, n" "i Esutc Man. ENTERPRISE, : : : : OREGON We are showing the largest line of Blankets in the county. V. J. Tuik & Co. GROUNDS BUSY PLACE. Tbe fair grounds le a busy place. Several large gangs of carpenters are busy with the various buildings the big exhibit hall, grand stand and dancing pa virion. The long line of stock stalls are completed.- You will need some Fair dude. We are there. See our new Ties, Shirt, Hits Shoes, etc. W. J. Funk & Co. "Can be depooled upon" Is en ex pression we all like to hear, and when it le used In connection with Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy, It mean.- that it mever fails to cure diarrho;a, dysen tery or bowel complaints. It is pleasant to .take and equally valu- j able for children and adjl's. Sold j by Burnaugh & May field and ail good druggists. fCarefin Banking Insures the Saftty of Deposits." Depositors Have That Guarantee at WALLOWA NATIONAL BANK OF ENTERPRISE, OREGON CAPITAL 150.000 8UKPLUH 166.000 Wc Do a General Banking Business. Exchange Bought and Sold on All Principal Cities. Geo. W. Hyatt, President Geo. H. Craig, Vice President W. R. Holmes, Cashier A. J. Boehmer, Asst. Cashier DiBEtrrotta Geo .8. Ckaio Qbo. W, Hyatt M attic A. Holmu i. II. Dobbin W. R. Holmjcs ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET BK81 OF MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND. litest Market Combcs & HotcllkisS INDEPENDENT Pelts and Hides - proprietor PHONE 20 i 'i I i f t ( i i I I, i i r I ; 5 v.- i : t I V, ' I J r. r ! 1 ii' ! '!. j i ii ! I A'. , X, i --; f " I. ' ; ? I !!! . ii i !! I V - t : s (pqigiirHmEMiataM-w""