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lity and County Brief News Items Ashley the furniture man delivered 340 I Kilts of wall paper Saturday. The best farms for Bale in Wallowa county are listed by the O. R. & I. Co. Dressmaking and plain sewing Mrs. Frank Cook, at Zurcher's millinery atoro. 51 tf Ashley the furniture man has a liandsonie new sign painted by Moore & li ving. The bank Work store fronts are re splendent in new paint applied by the skillful brush of J. B. Solicit. A new counter and railing have bet n put in on the west side rf E. 11. Wheat 's jiiwelry store. Mattresses. The kind that lusts rice the pure silk floss mattress that is the real thing in luxury. Found only lit Ashley's. The new steel oven and range for the Knturprise bakery and candy store of Kunnie & Wagner has arrived and was installed Monday. Joe Clemmnns of Eureka, deputy state game warden, was in town iSitl urdny. M. W. Goodman of Lostino was transacting business here, Tuesday. Miss Hadie Womack, teacher in tin LosJnu schools, has been quite ill for two weeks of appendicitis. The Wallow u school planted 21 linden trees arbor day. Th -y were bought of Ford C. Potter of The Italics iiursery. . Old bedsprliiga restretched made tighter than new for $1. (J. I. Itat cliff, the Home Furnisher, Enterprise. Trains of freight wagons filled with goods for Enterprise merchants, are . arriving daily. Roads are in fair con . dition. The big crowd In town Saturday was the candidates golden opportunity. A scon or go of them were making hay while the sun shone. The Enterprise Dramatic club and the Enterprise Concert band are re hearsing for thoir next entertainment at the opera house, which w ill bu the famous comedy, The Rajah. Strychnine and poisoned v heat flt Burnaugh & May Hold's. . Does the trick foi squirrels. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Have arrived at the R. S. & Z. CARLOADS OF 'EM Dry goods, pretty dress goods, shirt waists, wash fab rics, white goods, SHOES! For Men and Women Boys and Girls. COME EARLY. R.S. &,Z. Go. Now fraternal Building DN1CRPRISC ORE. Spring furniture brand new new styles, new everything at Ashley's. . The "Merry Widows" w ill be at Mrs. Helena Zurcher's millinery store the last of this week. ( , i. Bright and pretty are the 1008 styles of hats at Mrs. Helena Zurehur's mil linery store. . . i ' '- f La Grande Observer: U. )-.' worth is planning tn h ilil a one -tb'rchvi' k i building. 35x'i() feet, .in r C. "i.. Thorn's grocer v sto'-e. mi Kir: f.r."u'. V , t, ! Derrniiie Oream, the best pre;ar.rtoi ' for chap:).!. I hands nndt..cc, f.i -roid 1.. ! Hurnaiiuh & Mayiichl. ' j Kli i Rjivi-dor: v !.. r.umauy't, ' the pioneer Klgin iei.io-.un, t'wii up to j Hot Luke on Monday eveiiinu'.- iral.ii, rtheii) lie w ill bathe I r a f ' 4;.ys to j receive relief limn rlicnuiirti.--n: . Rirchhind lots arc tli.i'b- I buy in city properly in Wallowa non'llty. Kcc thntl.it. Jt 1. .At. !or priei'H -mid easy terms. ' The Entei'i rise Home Uakory and Candy I'uitory will open for business I'Yiday morning, llmm-mnde brei d, rells, pics ami ell bi:ker-goi d'-. C.nrdy all freli and pure, lteniiie &. Wagner proprietor. C II. inciter has opened a men's fu nislii itj, clothing and shoe store in the old 1!. (v & Z. room in the hank block, lie will ileal 'exclusively in those lines and vt ill no doubt enjoy a big trade. M. II. Tucker returned Tuesday from Pine Creek where he had been hclj iiij to take Hanson Pros.' ealt e to th1.' siiininer range. The drove con sisted of 22" cows besides calves, mill yearlings. The grass is line on the range. A. H. Viiuford of IVo, III , is ex prcLcd to arrive here hooii to go on his hiunestead just northwest of town The lumber has been ll'iulcd to the laud for his h-nise, Mr. Saiifnrd's sister will probably eonie west witli him. "Carl Yousnn, Woodman'' was greeted by a fair sized ttiidiuucu Satur day night. The play is to teach the virtues of fraternal insuri nee in general and thai of the Mmlein Wont' men of 'America in i articular. Mem bers of Chief Joseph camp presented the play undue -the mii-plces of Eagle cam p. Iron Beds, all styles and si 1 1 pilc.ef. The only modern bid, 100 kinds to choose from at Ashley's. Mr. and Mrs. John O'.Malley, son and daughter, and M. J. Hhetihaii, all of Mason City, 111., arrived in Enter prise, Saturday, with a view of mak ing this their home. Mrs. O'Malley Is a sister and M. J. Sheahan a brother of our fellow townsman, Hon. Daniel W. Sheahan. Buy a lot in Beautiful Birc'.iland in -dition to Enterprise -and make easy money by ti e advance this summer. For sale by the O. R. & I Co. The remodeling of Riley's building will be far enough advanced the last of this week or the fhst of next so that the City bakery will be removed ti. its now location. Arrangements have been completed so that the wants of the bukory customers will bo attended to during the removal. , Varnish stains and brusher, and I.acqueret u akes old furniture look like now at Burnaugh & May field's. VI. J, and M. Ponohuc, John Me Kenna, V. 3. Holland, M. Driscoll and K.J. McMahon of Antigo," Wis., aiul Charles Jan en ami Levi Carroll of Lewiston were In EnterprUo and vlolnlty Thursday and Friday of last week. They were lookln; for timber claims under the guidance of the Lewiston men. From here they went to Pnaoo. i . Cut out the W. J. Funk & Co. advt or some boy or girl who is work ng for the splendid prizes iffered bv that firm. C. J. Yager and little sou of Lost 1'ralrle brought a load of line apples to Enterprise the first of the week. Mr. Yager is an old lino lH inocrat hut Is greatly interested In the political success of two Republican candidates from the North Country, Messrs, Locke and Allen, lie says lmtli will receive a big Democratic vote If nomi nated. The newest and prettiest in furniture at Ashley's. Whether yon are needing anything NOW or not, you are invited to cull and see the handsome chairs, conches and other up-to-date pieces. Ed. Seavert, thu well driller, was In terviewing Enterprise bushiest men ana. otners, aturuay, in regard to a publlo subscription for the purpose o! drilling ou the hill lauds to see if an artesian basin cannot ho found. The proposition Is lo continue the well on the high hill northwest of town on I the Sauford and Osterhmidl home-! steads. The hole ras drilled over! 400 feet last fall when Mostr. Saiiford! and Osterhotidt found the expense too heavy to continue. They are willing to repay the cost If the ho e Is con tinued and a good supply of watet Is obtained. It would undoubtedly be a big tiling for the hill country It an artesian buaiu could be hauled. Mr. Seavert met with considerable en. couragemeut. The sorrel single driver exhibited by J. C Shaekleford Vaturdoy has been sold to Mrs. Daisy Yandell for $125. The horses advertised as strayed by W. '. Mahou of Joseph,' In lajt week's News Record, have been found. Dr. G. W. Gregg, E. A. Searle and Rev. J. D. Bird and little son, of Wallowa; were in Enterprise Wednes day. ' '. . Homer Dell Johnson, th" 1:1 year old oil of Mr: and Mrs'. G. W. Johnson i f Klora, died )iM ), of diabetes uiier an illinssof iut four du vs. j II. ft. Ilud-on of the Ii-iernatlonnl Uefiuui Hiiieau of New i'ork Cit.v, , prr-nclii-d i.n excellent hi rii.iui in the .viethAtliM church Sunday morning lo a hirge congregation. i The rreshyli-rian Ladies' aid will I n(e-t 1'ild.iy afternoon, April 17th, at j the home of Mrs. .Sarah Maxwell. All I member.-i itrj urg.'d to bj present. The library and reading room will ; he open oi next Saturday from 3 to 9 j p. in., and regularly on Wednesdays and fSalurdas thereafter between those hours. The ladies of the association r quest all who have out b okh to lei urn I hem next Saturday. School Enfcrtrinuicnt. 'lo the Public: The Enterprise i pnbl'c 'clmol is preparing an elaborate program fur l-'ridayo cuing, May 15, at the opci a Lous. . The program will tie published later. It will consist of music, graduating exorcises for the Eighth grade, uriilg both burlesque and fancy, and a variety of selected songs. The admhsinu fiice will be placed within the reach of alt who wish to eonie and the pu,uecds will bu turned over to the school board to bo invested in books fir the school library. l'u iis ENTERPRISE OPERA HOUSE The management desires to announce that it ie preparing for production in the near future THE GREAT 4-ACT PLAY "THE RAJAH, The Success of Two Continents With the Strongest Cust Obtainable. A wealth of new and appropriate scenery and an attention to detail equal to ts origi nal production at MADISON SQUARE THEATRE NEW YORK CNDRB AUSPICES OP ENTERPRISE CONCERT BAND Date and Cast V. ill be Announced Later Easter Togs k Not Unless loo Have in Easier Locket. . B Easter E. B. WHEAT, The Ente."uiso Jeweler. A Bad Title ' i s always shown up by a GOOD ABSTRACT. Abstracts of Tithi Aocurately Made From The Law Ollioe of 0. H. HNS ENTERPRISE, OREGON; Office on Main Street mm are very enthusiastic over the antici pated pleasure of the everting.' Parents are lending us their aid in a manner that is very flattering to! us'.' We ap Dreciate the Bnirit of co-operation and i do not hesitate to promise an entertain ment well worth your consideration and which will not disappoint you.' Very truly, W. M. St jpion, Prin. ELK CREEK JOTS. Mrs. I'.nl Coffnian, who was at .Tineph under the. cure of Dr. Thomp son I as returned to her home, ller he.ilt h i- much improved. Sam Baker has beon breaking sod for Eat I Coffmau. Mi"elniii Ogborn has gone for a few days visit With her mother, but is ex fiected home soon. John Baker and I-a-if: Flannry ar vory busy putting in their crop. I understand thai Wagner and Rai-8dale aceid-ntly n Ixed sheep the other day, whilo both bands were being herded toguther, Martin a&d Cullman's sheep nccident'y mixed with them. They were separated at the Martin shearing plant. .Mrs. Jennie. Oriffeti is staying with Mrs. Coffnian u few days, while Mrs. Ccffinan'-' husband is away. Frank Anderson, Jr., spent Monday night v, itii John iJ.iker. IMM AH A. BRIDGE. Iinnalia. April 13 Summer weather on .the Iuinaha; orchards pink and white with bloom. I' very body busy through the week and Sundays iih we haven) church nor i Sundry school's to attend, and v eather I too i :ici! '.0 bu. housed up people, get ! i .... 1 1. . .. j ' . .i i t- . . tin! in ,1 v um auu riue anu can on iinur in iuhboiv, and find them ort also. Johnny Johnson' took a littlu jumn from a load of hay a few days ago and struck Iih ankle against a lock. At the time bo did not think it amounted to much but in a few he lira his foot and ankle were badly swollen, discolored and painful and remain so at this writing, and what walking he does is done mo-itly on on- foot. Mrs. Delia Smead ciimu owr from Idaho a few days Hgu to Ht vti her daughter, Miss P.lsie, who is m it Ii Mr. and Mrs. Chct ( 'iaylord of the Unttea. Mr. Crow, manai'r. nf the Honc phone system, accompanied by a gentle man whose mime I did nut hear, has been in this vicinity and from here to Park, for several days. It. is said the company will put in a telephone line up the river if the people will put up money enough to lmild the lino, buy their phot.es, keep them in repair etc. Who wouldn't? Why not? L.Lloyd and wife rtturned Runduy from a several days visit to outside point-, where Mr. Lloyd was presum ably looking after his interests Bt the primary. They were accompanied on their return by Mrs. B. Marks and her daughter, Mrs. Krauk Shevlin nnd two little one, who have returned to their homes after a stav of some months in Joseph. Mrs. Marks is said to bu much improved in health. Mr. slid Mrs. Ralph Spragne spent Tuesday and Wednesday of Inst week on theii ranch, putting in their grain i and potatoes. Mrs. Sprague acemi- panied by Mrs. Alice Bell returned on I Hnturday and remained till Hnndav. The w ather was lovely and they not only enjoyed their horseback ride, but put in more garden and earned thoir food, as Sumantha Allon-savs, "by the sweat of their eyebrows." ' pn their way back on Sunday they took dinner with Miss Zoo Pprague. . . W. K Taggart, a real etute man of Kntrrpiise, is in the Burg, having brought down a lot of fruit trees some for. Mr Cranford, V. P VVarnock, Elmer Brum bach and others. Mrs. L. C. Johnson had quite severe attack of so'e throat and grip a few days ago, tut was so nirch im proved as to be able to take a rid in the carriage on Sundav ft ith L. C. to call on W. P. VVarnock and family. A young Mr. Cook, brother of our wel! known citizen, Frank Cook, re cently from Missouri, is now hi the employ of L. (!. Johnsou. Johnnv Weaver and family visited Sunday w ith the family of J. V. '."ran ford. The Sunday previous they s:ent at J. A. Denny's Messrs. J)aily utid IVe'iuin were down from tho Bnttes recently. l!oy Suell was up from his ranch neai Lightning a few days ago. Vi. and Mr'. .1. A Deiuiy and 'child ren visited Sunday with (he family if Jack .lohiiscn. ' Mi'sdames Arnuid nd Art Wilson were down from their Sheep creek homes recently. Mrs. W. K. P.ivis came down froni tho Hnttcs recently nnd after siting wit.'i Mi'-i. Jack Johnion went lo the Park to visit her daughter, Mrs. Mu-ty Summons. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for- Wallowa County. Oecrgw A, Hart, Plaintiff, vs ' Verda V. Hart, LMendant. To Verdit V. Hart, the above named . defendant: lu the name of the state of Oregon, you are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you H.M.CAKE, Republican Candidate For Nomination For UNITED STATES SENATOR. Mr. Cake is the Advocate of Statement No. 1 and the popular election of United States Senators; two years ago he took the stump for his successful opponent. He deserves the support of every loyal Republican who be lieves in pure politics. The machine element concedes his nomination if the people go to the polls, but boasts that believers in State ment No. 1 will not be interested enough to vote at the primaries. This is the last appeal , to those who believe in the popular election of United States Senators to assert the rights which the old machine is trying to wrest from them. r Zurcher's New Men's' Ttsr hishing Goods, Glothiog and Shoe Store ANNOUNOEM NT I am i jiening up my new store in the Punk block. A jfirt of the s lemliil lines of Furni.-hii.g gpi-ns ami Clothing hit v n n iveil a nd nine will 1m in tiiif week, togt'tliiT with ;i complete riock of nlen'a Shoes The public is cnilially invited to call h tul see this firit store in the county, fleitling exclusively in those lines. a H. ZUROHEE, ENTERPRISE, OREGON ' 3 doors east of Wallowa National Eank In tl uhfivu ontlltarl all i t. m wl Anlirt nil or iiefore six weeks after the first pub- licatinii of tins summons, and it you that the plain tut have such other rail to appear a- d answer, the plain-1 and further relief ns to the court shall till' for want thereof, will ta'tea decree j seem meet and proper, against you for the relief demanded ml You will further take notice, that the complaint t.iwii: f r a dissolu- this summons is served upon you by tioa of tbe nvirriaire contract now and publication thereof in the News Kec--beret fore existing between you and j ord, for the full period of six ckiiscou plaintitr. five weeks, the first date of publication This summons is published in the 'hereof being Thursday, March 2(itli, News Itpcmrd, a weekly newspaper of P'OS, p;i'sutnt to an order of the 1 1 ti. general circu'atl'ui, publisheil weekly j oral. Ie O. M. Corkins, County Jude of at, Enterprise, Wallowa county, Ore-1 Wallowa comity, Oregon, niade, dated gon, for a period of six consecutive' and entered on the 24th day of March, weeks, the first publication thereof is. 1908. liVHLKIuH & Toyd, the 19th day of March, 1H08, by order! 43.7 ttornevx for Plaintiff of the Hon. T. II. Crawford, judge "f 1 the above entitled court, made and ( uiiunons, dated the ltitli day of March, 1908. t O. M. Corkins, In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore- 47.7 Attorney for Plaintiff. James L. Hammack, Gertrude Ham In the Circuit Court of the State of! niack, Ocore B. Bales, Laura K. Oregon for Wallowa County Churies W. Chadsey, Plaintiff, vs Myrtle Cliadsey, Defendant. To Myrtle ( -hadsey, the atiove named defendant: In the name of the State of Oregon, you are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint Hied against you In the alsive entitled suit ai d court, on nr before six weeks niter the first pub lication of this summons, and if you fail to so appear and answer, the plain tiff for waul thereof, will take a decree against you tor the relier demanded In the coniplaii t, lowit: for a dissohl tiou of tile marriage contract now and heretofore existing between you ami plaintiff. This summons Is published In the News Record, a weekly newspaper of general circulation, published weekly at Enterprise, Wallowa county, Ore gon, for a period of aix wnseoiitive weeks, the first publication thereof is the 10th day of Murch, 190S, by order of the Hon. T. H. Crawford, judge of thu atiove entitled court, made and dated the Itilh day of Murch, 190H. O. M. ('OKKINS, 17t7 Attorney for Plaintiff. " Summons. lu tlip Clretiit Court of th State of Oregon, for Wallowa County. Margaret E. Coulter, Plaintiff, vs .billies . I. Coulter, Defendant. To Jamex J: Coulter, the uisive named defioidaiil : ; . Ill the Name ol the SlHt" of Oregon, Von tire ben by imtilled mid required tl npie.-ir and answer the complaint tiled agains' vol' by the plalu'itf i:j the illiove-entilled ooiirt and cause 01, or Is-foiv '.be fXpirsttoii bf ii weeks from and after the dle of the tirst utibli- i-eatloo of thii. 'uiiduniiM, and if you fail 'ti appear and answer or olhtrwise plead to sxld ooiiiplalnt within Saul time, plaintiff, for want therwof, will apply to Ihe court for the relief prayed for in her complaint nu lile herein, to-wit: That the bonds of matrimony now and heretofore existing between the plaintiff and the oefendnlit be dis- solved and henceforth held for naught. That the plaintiff be awarded the control and custody of the minor children of the plaintiff and defendant, ! vt'.. Prnneia 1. Iikiitlwr uit.l ru..... t Coulter. I- gon. jor vnf,wa ouuty. 'John O. Ilayman, riaintifl, Bales, Samuel H. (iaskill and Ina Oaskill, Pefem Hutu To Samuel .B.Miaskill, ono of the de fendant:! ubove-nuuied : ' In the name of the. State of Oregon: You. 111 e hereby notified and required to appear and' aiwer the complaint filed against you fi the above entitled cause and Court n or before the ex piration of six weeks from and after the' date rf the first publication of this summons, which date 'of first publica tion is Thursday, March 20th, 1008, ami if you fail to appear and answer or otherwise plead thereto, for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief prayed for in his complaint, towit: Kor judgment against the defendants James L. Hammack and George B. Pales for the sum -of three hundred twenty and 25-100 (S320.25). with inter est thereon until paid at the rate of ten pur cent per annum; the furthei sum of thirteen, and 3S-100 dollars (f 13.38), delinquent and unpaid taxes; the fur ther sum of fifty dollars (f50) as an attorney's fee, and the costs and dis barsmeiits of this snit; that a certain mortgage made and executed by the defendant". James L. Hammack, Ger trude Hamuaai k : ml George B. Bales in favor of the plaintiff npou the follow ing dcKcrih d real property, to-wit : beginning at the northwest corner of the south half of lot numbered seven in block numbered II in the town, of Los tine, Oresroi1, theiiew west twenty-tour (.et ; thence south to thn line of the enmity road; thence end tw nty-four feet to the southwest corm of lot num bered hi'!it iu .raid block II; thence, north to the place of beginning, and all in Wallowa County, Oregon, which inr rfauge is of icVord in the mortgage r.'o riU of Wallowa' enmity. Oregon, in Vol. II at. page 654 thereof, lie fore- elowi.,1 11 ml tltft tutiA r.n1 nrJiii.rtv. mll ... . . . , rv.t 1 11. ni..w BvuLiiiinH .i nni;.,i.. .1 .....a. . i.iiuu vvj mini, ouiil iiient, intercKt, faxe, attorney's fee, conCs and MiTrning cn.-ts; and for such other and further relief iih to the court shall -eein pr per and equitable. 'This summons is nerved upon yf 11 by publication thereof for the period of six t'onsccntive wecki. in the News Itecord, pursuant to tlie order or Hon. O. M. Cortina. Conntv Judce of Wallowa County. Oreeon. made and entered on ; the 2oth day o' March, 1H08, commenc- ing with the issue of March 26, 1908. Bcrleioh A Hoyd, 47t7 Attorneys for Plaintiff.