City and County
Brief News Items
Preferred stock canned goods at the
K. S. & Z.
Born, to the wife or J. A. Burleigh, a
daughter, Saturday night.
Mrs. Olive Lockwood ha? been quite
ill since Sunday, but is reported better.
Ashley hue junt received ft shipment
of 12 ai.il C to. t linoleum. Call and see
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Young and
rbildren were out to their ranch cn
Salmon creek, Saturday at d Sunday.
The Wallowa indoor baseball team
was expected the Inst of this week for a
return game, but phoned luusday tliey
could not come.
. Tha U S fc Z Co. have only a few
Ladies and Childrens Coats left. Call
and e6t one at your own price. Closing
nt.trt Tlinfhaw. who visited in Ente-r
Tripe during tlie summer with his aunt,
Mra M W. Bloom, has moved from
Richland to Ollie, Iowa.
Theodora La Certe came up from
Lootlne Tuesday to see bis mother,
Mrs. J. B Seibert, who w as quite ill of
hearf trouble but is now better.
Preferred stock the highest excell
ence in canned guoiis-for sale t.t the It.
B. & L,
James Bale of The Butte, while
polktlng wood nearly severed his left
thumb from the hand. He came to
Enterprise Saturday night ai d Dr.
lloeki-tt dressed the wound, and be
lieves the member can be saved.
Mr. and Mis. VVulter Fay of Chico
were iu Enterprise Saturday on their
way to Wallowa where they will re
main for a fortnight while Mr. Fay
tranf-aotn hmineRR in conmction wit!,
ids duties as forest ranger.
Lehter Neil and Hiater, Miss Elsie, of
The liuttes, were in to hear the debate
Saturday night arid were the guests of
friends until Tuesday. Mr. Neil nays
1 here is not enough snow at The Buttes
for uleddtns. Loads of timber from the
Chesnimnus have to be unloaded five
or six miles north of The Butte v
Try a pair of Morgan & Wright rub.
ber heels at the Seconal laud Store
Go to the R. S. & Z. Co. for Facinators
and Shawls, etc. Lowest prices.
Itouth Sanders la unable U attend
school on account of n heavy cold.
Born, Saturday at Joseph, to 'he wife
of Thomas Rich of Kruita, a daughter.
Rev. F. G. Potter is assisting Rev.
Howarth at Joseph in revival meeting-.
Mrs. James Dotv cam in front Port
land. Tuesday night, to vinit her people,
LeeC. Henderson returned Tues'lny
from a business trip to Niinpti, Ja .,
Frank Bowinm of Joseph has out
petitions. fiH- nomiiiuliou no the Repub
lican ticket for sherlfl'.
Dermine Cream, the best preparation
for chapped bands anil face, is sold by
Burnaugh; & Mayfield.
Harry (,'orklus, who has Wen work
ing in Wallowa for Wiley, Is spending
a vacation with home folks.
A. II. Holmes, teacher of Arko dis
trict, and Guy Sksggs cf Flora attended
the deb.te Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. ISurnaugh and
baby went out to Elgin Sunday to visit
relatives tor a week or ten days.
"layto-i Wilson entertained a
ber of the neighbor children at a
olate party," Tuesday afternoon.
COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
Continued from first page
second program. Mayor Boyd gave a
brief address, in which he referred to
the evident welcome to alt visitor,
and followed it with a strong talk on
edueution. The response by Trof. J
H. Landers, superintendent of
Pendleton "schools, should have been
beard by everyon in the county. He
predicted a great future for the new
high schoo1 and said it was situated in
ideal surroundings. He urged that
the school lie strongly supported finan
cially, for the present 20 students art
entitled to just as good an education
as if they were 20 of 100 enrolled.
The musical program was splendid
and every performer was recalled at
least once. It consisted of songs by a
sextet of ladies, violin solos by E. B.
Wheat, trombone Hohm by (!. K. Vest,
reading tv Miss Nanne Heaton, and
vocal solos by Mrs. Olive Lockwood,
It was 11:80 when the program was
completed but the majority of the
audience remained to see the grand
march, and enjoy a brief, social time.
Punch and wafers were served.
The visiting team, Prof. Landers and
the three' judge were guests of a
private entertainment given by the
home team and Prof. Moore at the
Enterprise Hotel, board and
lodging I3 40
Chie tain, programs 5 00
News Record, posters 1 00
J C Shackleford, transportation.. 34 00
A C Miller, opera house 25 00
J S Landers, transportation, eto., .45 00
W E Moore, post and telephone. 2 15
Balance 20 40
Balance on hand $20.40. This money
the ! biH been deposited in the bank to the
credit of the student fund. -
Asa (JbAio, Treasurer.
. Bom, Wednesday, t the wife of B.
A. Reynolds of Alder Slope, a son.
Miller's New Politics.
From the Wallowa Sun
On the Democratic ticket, so it Is
reported, A. C Miller of Enterprise
will be out for the' nomination for rep
home of .Judge and Mrs. 0. M. Corkins.
B. I". Young, editor of the Sheridan I A supper was served, toasts proposed,
Sun. enme in on Tuesday's staee and tu
We will start
the New Year
You are invited to
call at our new
store in the Frater
nal .Building: and
visiting his son Ed in the Lower Valley.
Varnish stains and brushes, and
Laoqueret makes old furniture look
like new at ISurnaugh & May field's.
F. I. Vergere, who underwent an
opfruionina Portland nospnai, is on
nls way home, having left La Orande
R. S. & Z Co have a few pairs of the
celebrated Red Cloud and Scotch titay
German box left. Come iu and get
Mrs. M. W. Goodman of Lostine is
visiting until Saturday with her
brothers, Jacob ami A. M. Wagner, and
Mrs. Ross Falconer submitted to a
minor operation Sunday and has been
very 111 sb ce, but strong hopes of her
recovery are now entertained.
The evangelistic meetings at Alder
are continuing this 'week. Miss aora
McCormack and Herman Runstadler
were baptized at Hurricane cteek, Sun
The draw ing by Prof. Zw ickey, the art
lecturer, is said to be tho most rapid
exhibited by anyone on a stage. He
conies to thu Enterprise opera house the
night of February ft.
Burnett Bell. Ralph Makin, Charles
Rodgers, Adna Haggarty and Irvms
French are the members of nnotln r
basket ball team. They expect to pluy
the high school team.
Al Anderson, who runs a tailor shop
and gents furnishing goods store at
La Grande, came in Tuesday to look
ovor the situation in Enterprise with a
view of starting a similar establishment
Due to the fact that there w ill be no
preaching servioe at the Methodist
churoh next Sunday evening, the Ep-
worth League has prepared a hpeclal
program for that evening, consisting of
orchestral and vocal music. The hour
is 6:30, and the invitation is general.
The News Record is the paper in
which to announce your candidacy for
office. It reaches a greater number of
voters than any other paper in the
county, and being independent in poli
tics It is taken by Republicans and
Democrats alike. Prices the same to
every candidate and a square deal to all.
The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian
ohurch met at the home of Mrs. F. A.
DePua Friday afternoon. The need for
Improvement and changes in various
departments of the church work was
discussed and work for tho Aid was
planned for the coming months. The
date for the next regular meeting is
February 14, when an afternoon recep
tion will be held at the home of Mrs.
Daniel Boyd. An entertaining program
is planned and refreshments will be
served for which a fee of 10 cents will
be charged. An invitation Is extended
to all and it ia hoped a large number
will be present to enjoy the afternoon.
At tho conclusion of the Friday meet
ing dainty refreshments were served by
the hostess, Mrs. DuPuo.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chauvct heme
was the scene of a delightful gathering
Monday evening, the Christian Aid
society meeting for a wool picking aud
to celebrate the 17th Wedding annivers
ary of the host and hostess. It a? also
tho birthday anniversary of one or thel
little daughters. Cake, coffee and cocoa
were aetved. Present were Messrs. and
Mesdamcs Cbarles Funk, Sam l'tce,
Lon Wagner, Fred Calvin, L. F. Mc-
Annlty, Hamilton, Evan Allen and
daughter, Fred Wagner and baby ; Mes
damcs R. W. Bloom, O. M. Corkins,
John Wortman, Ida Avery, John Cal
vin, Pantel Weaver, DeShaser and chil
dren; Messrs. W. F. Rankle, Oron
Wagner, John Wortman, Jr., Will Ran
kin, Howard Hudson; Misses Luclle
Corkln", Margaret Mavor, Maude Hud
son. Alt Davis, Ktuul Weaver, Nellie
Miss Bethel McKencle at the Postofflce I
BUthorliod to receive and receipt for subscrip
tions and advertising for the Newt-Record,
and to receive and receipt for Job work.
Dr. Foley and wife departed Friday
for a business trip to Portland. They
will remain there some Weeks.
Mrs. Goodman is spending this week
visiting her brother, J. Wagner of En-'
Mist: Ethel Fleener has been working
in the employ ot Mrs. james rnz
one Wcher who have escaped "a swell
Mrs. A. E. Ilnle moved to town for
a few weeks nntil her baby recovers
from a lingering illness. She is at the
home of her nncie, C. W. Womuck.
Miss Cora Williams was initiated into
Rebekah lodge, No. 15R, Friday evei ing.
Several of the young people attended
the literary society at Liberty. All
enjoyed the program hugt ly and after
this was over an apron social was ia
Ljolly feature of the evening.
Miss Dora Lnella Hearing died at her
Mis. Bridwell is very ill. She is snf- j father's home, January 15, Bfter a short
ami music and dancing whiled away
a pleasant hour.
Debate and C. H. S. Notes.
So far over the fetate the smaller
schools have won every debajte except
tliet between Hood River and The
Dalles. Ontario is yet to iy eet Baker
City and Astoria to meet Multnomah
Union won from La Grande, Albany
from Salem and Lebanon from Eugene,
The high school students were worried
Sunday forenoon over the disappearance
of the trophies won by the debating
team the Pendleton banner and the
millionaires' Hag. Upon the return of
the Pendleton team from Wallowa lake,
Prof. Landers was notified of the mys
tirious disappearance of the trophies
and shortly afterwards the local boys
were called up to the hotel parlor,
where nicely arranged on the wall were
all the trophies of victory
Each member of the visiting team
was greeted heartily aud at the close
applauded as liberally as were the
Fred Holmes, the leader of the, vic
torious team, Is 16 years of age, and is
in the aophinore class. He spent a
year at Hill's Military academy, Port
land. Mies Olmsted is 17, and a
sophmore. Miss Forsythe who is 18,
is a junior and spent a year at Weston,
The high school pupils are planning
on issuing a high school paper similar
to the one now issued by the high
school at Ontario. There are abont
twelve schools in the state that have
high school paper. It is probable that
it arrangements can be made the Wal
Iowa county high school paper will be
issued three times a year.
The teachers and pupils of the high
school wish to express their thanks and
appreciation to members of the orches
tra, the ladies and gentlemen who took
part on the program and the persons
who entertained visitors, for the in
terest manifested in our work. We
appreciate the Interest shown by those
who came from a distance to hear the
debate. We are glad that, you came
and hope that you will come again
We thank the ladies who served tho
lunch for the judges and the debaters,
also those who served ttie punch and
wafers at the opera house. We thank
the citizens of Enterprise for their
many favors and their hearty support
and free good will which were placed at
our disposal. 1
The Pendleton East Oregonian says
the debate was, one of the chief high
school events of the year in eastern
Oregon as shown by the interest taken
both In Pendleton and Wallowa county.
In speaking of the departure of the
team for Enterprise, ttie same paper
said the team felt confident of winning,
and that much earnest and vigorous
work had been done in securing mate,
rial for debate by the Pendleton team
The champion Wallowa County high
school team will go to Tho Dalles some
time before February 14 to debate the
team there on the same question.' The
Dalles team defeated the Hood River
tiam January 10, having the same side,
ntilrinativ e, of the question that Wal
lowa had Saturday night. One or the
other will have to chango sides, and
would onlv be fair to give the visitors
and the team representing the smalle
school its choice oi sides. The Dalles
team is composed of two boys and one
girlHarry Nitschke and Ray Uurpe
andJeune Millikin. The first named
whs leader in the debate with Hood
Hi ver an I is said to have an excellen
delivery. Miss Millikan is also a good
speaker while Harper's f otto is self-
contidence and logical argument
Statemeut of the receipts and expen
ditures of the Wallowa uouuty high
Receipts IM 75
KM A M Co. for refreshments
served at opera house f 9 90
Burnaugil A Mayfield, supplies.. 1 80
Sheet musio 1 10
Died, at his home on Lightning,
about 20 miles north of Imeaha bridge,
Friday, Jan. 17, Leonard G. Snell, aged
29 years, 1 month and 4 days. He was
son of Mrs. Ida S. and George F.
Snell. The father passed away about
14 vears ago and is interred in 'Alder
Slope cemetery. Leonard was born in
New York In 1878. The family came to
this section when he was only about
eight years old. The news Of his death
casts a glcom over the entire cemmun
ity, where he was well known and
highly esteemed as an henest, indus
trious, worthy citizen. While his death
is a shock to many who had not heard
of his declining health, yet it was
known to many of his friends that for
the last year he had been in ill health.
He recently had an attack of stomach
trouble and on Friday spoke of having
a headache. As has been-his custom of
late, he lay down after dinner for a rest,
When the wife thought he had slept
qnite a while, she tried to waken him.
but finding him apparentlktoo ill to talk
or waken, she sent for his br. ther Roy,
who was near and came at once. Thii
.was about 4 p. m. Together they
watched and w orked over him hoping to
revive rum Dut it was soon apparent
that they were powerless to help him
and he passed away peacefully at about
7:30 p. m. His near relatives were
informed and Chas Rice and wife and
William Meek of Joseph came on Sat
urday and proceeded to the residence of
Mrs. Ellen Brum bach, where other
relatives and friends were awaiting the
coming of the bearers, and also of Mrs.
L. G. Snell and the friends who accom
panied her, and at which place the
processsion was formed. Many others
were waiting at the Bridge, and at
about 3 p. m. Sunday, he was laid to
rest in the Tmnaha ' cemetery. He
leaves to mourn his death, his v idow,
Mrs. Vertie Meek Snell ; baby Alice,
about a year and a half old ; his mother,
Mrs. Ida S. Snell; fonr sisters, Mrs.
Dora .Tared of VVhitebird, Idaho; Mrs.
Minnie Rice of Joseph ; the iVfisses Ida
and Maggie Snell of this place; and a
brother, Roy Snell of Lightning; all of
whom were present at ' his funeral,
except Mrs. J area, mere are many
more distant relatives and warm
friends w ho most deeply regret his early
denii-e and sympathize with the mourn
ing ones. Although flowers are scarce
some very pretty evergre. n wreaths,
etc., were prepared and a service of
music consisting of three appropriate
hymns. There is a hymn which truly
says: . .
"We share our mutual woes.
Our in utuiil hurdens bear!
And often tor eiich other flown,
The symphHthizIng tear."
ferer from appendicitis. She and her
husband are at the Cray hotel, where
she receives . medical aid' from Dr.
Mrs. C. W. Womack and daughter
Sadie spent Saturday aud Sunday in
There are no cases of smallpox in
town now, though the mumps is still
raging among school children ard par
ents. There are about seven pupils and
but noble life of 25 vears. 7 months and
27 days. She was born in Linn county,
Oiegon, May 24, 1882. From that
county she came with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Hearing, to Wallowa,
where she h:is since resided. She leaves
her parents, four older sisters and two
brothers, besides a host of frienls to
mourn her di'par'ure.
Second hand Sewing Mai bines for
: salt or rent at the Second-Hand Store .
Reporters: flora, "Sifter', Paradise, "Tempest
and Sinshlno"; Lost Prairie, "Scribbler".
Lost Prairie, Jan. 17 Lost Prairie is
enjoying fine winter weather, nice
sleighing and very little below freezing.
Stock is doiug flue. .
Mrs. Sarah Shuman is quite sick ; whs
taken very suddenly last Saturday.
Kus Martin's - children are ill of
pneumonia but a re improving. '
Two of Mr. Oliver's children are re
ported ill of pneumonia, but are recov
Geo. Cannon and some of his family
have the grip.
The Padon mill is making a brave
effort to supply the demand Tor lumber,
but owing to getting set up very late in
the fall aud the freezing weather all
winter the demand is very much greater I
than the supply. ,
The literary at Arko is in a flourish
ing condition and every Saturday night
the natives gather in from all points of
the compass and enjoy themselves for a
few h&urs. '
Abe Carter is nursing his chops this
week and wondering why the creator
of all things invented such an ailment
for humans as the mumps.
Henry Xiao-on has the grip.
The boys and girls had a little taffy
jerkin and a little hop at W. B. Hol
low ay's a few evenings a;o and report a
who live near Freezeout,
Rita, little daughter of W. P. War-
nock, has been quite ill with a cold but
is reported better. CoMh are going the
rounds. Among the children who have
been or are quite ill are little Emory
Craw ford, Marie, Denny, Bettie Weavtr,
Clyde and Mattie Pratt and Kelsay
Miss Rowena Johnson is suffering
with the prevailing complaint, severe
cold. However, so far, there has not
been much serious illness on the river.
. A number of up-ri-M r people attended
the'Suell funeral among them L. Lloyd
and family, Shepard Morgan and wife,
W. P. Warii'-ck and such of his family
as able, Frank Vaughan and family,
Mark Thompson and family and the
Misses Katie, Virginia and Mary Fisk.
B. Marks came in from j.loseph Satur
day with Charles Rice, and wei.t on to
his up-river n.nch. He reports Mrs.
Marks much improved iu health, which
her many friends here will be pleased
to learn. v '
Snrauue Bros, have bought the J. A.
, Wilson saw mill and n.oved it near to
their places on Sheep creek and will
I bej.in tawing lunile befure a great
Miss Jennie Johnson is limping
around on n sprained ankle, from a
chase after a cow, aud v aluo Chase Is
limping fiom cha.-ing over a cow,-and
Mrs, AJ)ceBell limping in her right
O. O. F. Enterprise 1-ortce, No. 1M.
Kinernld Kebekuh Lodge, No. 119.
. of P. Enterprise Lodge, No. W.
Juunltu Temple, JSo, 7, Pythian
Masonic Enterprise Chapter, No. 80, Koyal
Arch MasmiH, meets first and third
Tuesdays ot each month in Masonic
Hall. All vIxltlnK Royal Arch Mai
J.B. Olmstkad, High I'rlest.
I). W.Sheaha.n. ecriary.
Wallowa Lodge, No. 82, A. K. A
A. 11., meets gecond and fourth Sat
urdays ot each month ia Masonic
Hull. Visiting Masons welcomed.
C. H. Zckcher, W, M.
W, C. Boatman. Secretary.
Wallown Valley Chapter, No. 80,
O. . 8., meetM first and third Satur
days of each month, in Miwouio
all. Visiting; Slum are always wel
come. Oi.ivk Lockwood, W. M.
Danirl Boyd, tseo. .
M. W. A. Battle Camp, No 10497, M. W. A
Aneroid Camp, No. 3M2, R. N. of A.
W. O. W. Enterprise Cnmp, No, 535, W . of W,
Almotn Circle, No. 278, W. of W.
Jan. 20 L ap year, girls 1 'but look
before you leap.
Mumps so they say and eoldi
Wil iy, a cattieNbuyer, was on the
river during the week. Sexeral parties
sold cattle among them, Jim FiBk and
Tom Marks came up from Lightning
arriving here on Saturday morning.
He came to phone to Charles Rice the
news of the death of Mrs. Rice's
brother, Leonard Snell, whose obituary I
appears elsewhere, and also t carry the I
tad tidings to the mother and sisters,'
arm, not rrom chasing me cow, dui
from the "exclamatory" rheumatism.
r. Thompson was called on Sunday
evening for Mrs. A. F. Arnold.
The R. S. & Z. have the best line of
ice skates in tlie cuunty. Prices right.
Fraternal Building Dedication.
The formal housewarming of the mag
nificent lodae rooms in the new Frater
nal building has been postponed nntil
the last of February, because some of
the distinguished guests could not come
! at an earlier date. Governor Cbamber
! lain has been invited.
Singer Machines and all the extras at
ants By and For
allowa County Readers
rORTY THOUSAND POUNDS Beardless Bar
ley. W. 1. Fvmk A Co., Enterprise, Or.
CLEAN SEED KY E, delivered anywhere in
Enterprise (or il per ewt. D.C. Conns,
ROOMX-Furnlshed or nnniraUhed suit bit
for high school student. Inquire at JSews
Thursday Evening- Feb. 6.
- 'Fifth Attraction In y
Enterprise Lyceum Course.
J. LORENZO ZWICKEY
The Lightning Artist in the
, Illustrated Lecture, -
The Philosophy of the Beautiful
USUAL PRICES. SEATS At
BURNAUGH & MAYFI ELD'S
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