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-rraENEWS -RECORD : ' VOL'I, NO. 52 " ' ' , " ,' ' ' :' - ' ' ' - ' Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon, Thursday, April 23. 1908 . . uuic iumoer i ' V FOR SALE. THIS HORSE at half bi value. A tim stallion, 6 yinrs old the 24th of lu-Jtt month. tientle mid mire. HMpped from the Eat. Inquire at R k. HtkU'x ilnt;.etip. r0t4 .1UKUC JKKHKT PKW, Thorough I "i n-ulnlrwl. See or ad-tlrw-sO. R. Elliott & So,., Wallowa, 49tS , kbvavu Hjlxi, huuoY, Racine make In kkmI condition. Inquire of M CurklliH, Enterprise, Ore. 48U Tmivriiv HAY,-Ont,Rv' and Hnley, i one f my. Farms, It. D. Sanfor'd. SuilltwK W. of Enterprise. 46ti ENTERPRIS E WILL . yllii flfass . Meeting Sentiment laanimums And Enthusiastic for Railroad to North Country. WANTED. POM, gentle, weight abort HOJ. Solid olor. Call on J. . Ueoiiii-, Kgler prise Flouring Mill. ' ,otf 'LUDyK DIRKt.TO'KY., I. O. O.r InUTprlw l-ode. No l.vt, , . KllM-rnld Krtiekan hmlt;, No. II!). K,l P. KnUrprU IxkIiii;, So. . JUHIlIU Tiinple. No, 7, I'ytlOlin Hitni. : Ktioxio KnterprUe Cnuptcr, No. Knynl Art Mucnn. meets ttrn an. I third TnwHlHjrit uf .iu'U mnih In Munonic , Hlf. All vlMltiiiK Koyul Arch Ma, sum wHcomcd. ,. J. B. Oumtbad, High Priest, D. W.HHXHJlii, Mt4rtnry. Wnltnw Lodge, ; Nti. g2, A. F. 4 A. M., mwll Hecunil and fourth Sut v urdnyi of Mich month iu Mawtiile ; IlnU. VMtliig Masons welcomed. ; C. II. Zi'Rciir.K, v, m. W. C. DoiTMAX, Hwretur jr. WbIIowii Valley Chapter, No. 58, , . i., meet Itrsl nud third Sutur lr of nuh mnntU, In Mimonlo i ull. . Vl.sltlnif Slurs ttlwuyH wel- " rorau, . ' . Ot,irK LorxwooDiW. M. Danirv, Bovn, Heo. . A iUKIeCunip, No. 1WII7, M. W. A. The citizens of KnterpriBe vnt on record the big mans meeting TnesdH.v night on the proptailion.of a railroad ... v..o nuiui country. iot that there has been any doubt of the sentiment on that subject but it liTis now been ..v. preswd iu concrete form, and the time lor action is near at hand. Aftr the nomiitHtioiiH for city office weie made, the following resolution were "offered and rend by the secretary, ). A' Burleigh: .' ' . Resolutions. Wl ereas, There are numerous reports iouiumiic (jrojuciiu ironi walla VValla or Lewi ton into Wuliowa county, at leant out of .which is considered more than "hot air," as evidenced- by costly snrveyn, and , ' Whereas, the completion of tho Elgin Jowph extension w juld still -leave the north end of this county, commonly known as the North Country, far from a railroad, and 1 VVlu reaR, a spur from Enterprise to the North Country would be beneficial alike to that great section and to thin city; therefore bu it Resolved, that it is the sentiment 'of tho citizens of Enterprise assembled in condition to carry the Portland-Lewis ton excursion May 3. Mr. O'Brien said a reported trder to resume con struction work at this time ou the Elgiu-Josnph branch was a - mistake. No orders have yet been issued, but it i not unlikely thnt such orders will Im given ithin a short time. A similar situation prevails with reuard to ' th road from Hillsboro to Tillamook. ! Bridgs Washed Oat. Elgin, April 20 The temiorjlry bridge iver.the Looking Glass below here whs washed out by high water Sunday night., McCnlly and Rumble lost 2500 railroad ties by the flood. - - r t , v juv.i iioc naociiiuii Meele rirt and Third TliurH.lH.vs la : this nihRs meeting, that we w ill ench month in n nitirnui hull ! - ... , encti mouth in nw ratcrnnl hull VUltliiK Neighbors Alwiiys welcome. J. G. Reknir, Consul. T. M. Pill, Herk. , ' ' . ' Ainwold Camp, Ko. 3M2, K. N. of A. r J. - W. a W. Enterprise Camp, No. RS5, W . of W . I ' Almotrt Circle, No. E78, W. of W. 1 County School Notes. i 'E. II. MoPhersou of Bluckfoot, Ida., arrived In from La Grande, Saturday, $ ' and Lm Keen engaged to teach the i: school in Leap district. Xtira Maude Torner, who closed a ' term f achool at Mod Flat two weeks "'imi'1iega npring i term of three month at. Liberty on Prairie Oreek, Moadar. " MiwT, Turner taught the " .. greater part of the winter term at Lib erty, going to Mud Flat to finish the term after Mr. Peterson resigned tn accept a position in the county high Lewiston line into Lewiston. where fchooit crive every encouragement and assistance to unv bona tide project to unite this city with the North Cpuntry, and .that liberal financial aid will be given the fiist railroad connecting Enterprise with the north end of the county. At the conclusion of the reading, the resolutions were heartily anolauded and on motion of Dr. C. A. Ault thev were unai inv jusly adopted by a rising vote cl:ort speeches were made eiithiinias. tically endorsing the proposition for a roaa rrom Enterprise to the north end of the county. ; , :r Expectloa Oraer?....i. Portland, April 17 J. P. O'Brien, general manager of the O. R. & N. Co , returned this mornintt from an ex tended tour of the lineB in . Ida ho and Oregon. He inspected the work now under way completing the Kioiu-in. 300 ! men are at work putting the road iu 89th Anniversary Of Oddfellowsfiip Enterprise Lodee No. 153 and Em. erald Rebekah Lodge No. 119 1. O. 0. F. will oelebrate the 89th anniversary i of Anierican OddfellowshiD Satnrdiiv night, April 25th. in this eitv at tin. Fraternal hall. All are Invited to at tend the exercises which will com mence promptly at 8 o'elbek. The Ihl. lowing program will be rendered : Invocation. Rev. Potter Reading Anniversary Proclamation ',. , Oren E. Wagner Vocal Solo Ira Pratt Address. ....... UT i ,, ... , ulmuI Selection ..... Enterprise Orchestra Recitation Miss Janette Wilirerrtdt Vocal Bolo... ;.. Mrs. C. M. Lockwood Address.. .J W. Kerns Miss Du Fur ....Miss Mabel Wilson airs. j. vt . n.erns J. A. French ; Enterprise Orchestra ..Miss Venus Thonlas Recitation.... I,. G. Peterson Instrumental Solo, .Miss Lncile Corklns ucuouicuuu Kev. uwens Program committee V. I. Cronln. wren r,. wagner, o. ju. JBurnaugb . . " . w. wikim viuum. Wilgerodt. DEATH RECORD. Fill Tflf) IlFFfllTPn uli uil ULI LRI LU rrimary Was Triumph for. People's Rule-Results la State, District Aad County. Vocal Solo Recitation..,.. Vocal Solo Address Selection Recitation . . . V ocal Solo Eva . Ruth Russell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Russell, died April; 16, after an illness of several weeks. Her age was nearly 17 ' years. She was in the eighth grade in school At, Alder. 6b-wa boloved by all her sehooliiwiMi and had many friends in the commun ity. She leaves a father and mother a Drotner ana tnree supers to mourn her departure. The funeral was held from Alder church conducted by Rev r. G. Potter; interment was in the Joseph cemetery where a brother, who aiea six years ago, is buried. f - v a .... 1 a .t. That irvbu wish To SHINE YOU MUST WEAR TTYLISH SHOES YOUR FEZT ARE HARD To H.'2S ' NEED N'T tovieT i B wM Mem WE CAN MAKE YolR,' TEET .SHINE IN SWELL MAVFR ?Hnr'v EtK.Hc5 EX5LIVE ANT S rol THE MAYER MoZS m lI.E?VSZ-' MAYER JHOEJ JATIFY YOU. MAYER SHOES TEEL COMFORTA5LE. MAYETl -5HOEJ 61 VE YOU WEAR Do NOT NEGLECT YoUR TEET, YdU OWE THEM A DUTY IF 'ySu PO NOT THINK THEY Do YOU fiooD, TRY DoINfi W THowt ISSf'WS' WHY NoT oW APPRECIAfloN roT YOUR KEJtAKD,GET THEM A GOOI PAIR OP -SHOE-S? WE CAN ALO filVE YoU HOEJ, UCH A.S THEY ARE, AND THEY ARE No? 50aJXcBAFOR" A LEW PRICE THAN THE 'MAYER BUT THE MAYER 1,5 THE ONE WE ESPECIALLY RECOMMEND WE ART SHOWING A NICE NEW LINE OF OXFORDS FoR LADIES CHIL DREN AND MEN. ALSO CANVAS SHOES IN WHITE AND COLORS " V RESPECTFULLY, W. J. FUNK & CO. I Thertsultof Friday's orinmrir the state was a sweenin vi.ti.v rrt H. M. Cake for U. S. senator, kn'ti r. otaienient sso. I candidates for 1. I... . . . .v.s.ammre. aKes majority over Fulton is lo.e to 3000. Ih Pnrriu.l Aiuitnomah by over 2000, Union county nearly two to- oiie, and u majority of the counties of the stato. Statement No. 1 men will le in a majority in both house and senate if the June election goes as did the primary. . Congressman El is N nmiiinnr.HfJ l. aooui, saw over 8hephe,rd and Geer, who ran nearly even. Aitchison is nominated for railroud commissioner by about. 700 plurality over Hurlburt, second on the iist. J, W. Builey, for daiy and food' commissioner. lm about 15,000 majority. Jeffrey is the Democratic nominee for congress. Governor Chamberlain .is; the Demo cratic choke for senator. ' i . ; . District Essults. D. V. Sheahan lost the. .nomination for circuit Judge by the narrow niM-.-.n,, of 65. He carried Wall,, v... o- which was overcome by Crawford's 12 in Union. Mr. Sheahan made 11 splendid run in both counties, and has the satisfaction of carrying his home county by a la. ger majority in p'ropor uuu wme vow cast, than his oppon eni aia his borne county. J. W. Kpowles is the Republican nominee by a majority of 254 over Davis who was beaten 245 in Union and win Wallowa. il.. W. R'imble. RennhlWn a,. A r I " i. . Turner Oliver, Democrat, had no oppo- Biuouas canaiaates for state soriator. vv. w. White is nominated for rep resentative by the Democrats. J. P Rusk carried Union bv 73 over C. R Eberhard, and Wallowa by 39, giving mm majority. m S. F Rrc"hardson Is tiro Republican nominee ror representative in Union k. W. Davis for sheriff. Ed. Wright coumy cierK, i. k. Snook recorder, R, A. Hug assessor. Frank p! Ciiilders Demoorat for sheriff received 359 to T B. Johnson 219. Oounty Besults. The complete official results of the primary in this countv urn iv.n i.. table form, the Democratic on mm R aim i,ue nepuoncan on page 8. Ji. A. Searle received 31 votes on li. publican ballots for county clerk and tit uiauae Boatman 17. It is not fcnnun whether Searle will accent or not vr. W. C. Ketchum . the Enterprise aentist is both the Democratic and H publican nominee for coroner. A. C. Smith is nominated for in Enterprise district by both Republi cans ana Democrats. I'lmu r,.,... packer is the Democratic constablr, and A. B. Dunbar th T? publican. R. I. Lon- is nominee for survevor nn Doth tickets. - New Bepublican Oomaittee. The following were elHcfod m4iYl Kan a of the Republican county committee at frlday's primary : Josonh. V. T M Cully; Enterprise, Geo. W. Hvatt Wallowa. C. W. M G. L. Poet: Promittft. J. A niwi . t -. ' 1 f UUDb rraine. h. Bacon: Flora. .1 P v.r Camp; Paradise, O. E. Bodmer; I ipnn J. A. JJowuine: Butte. L. f!. fiarta. horn; Pittsburg. J. W. KneelanH: Tm. naha, j. A. Denny; Prairie Creek. L. Knapper. By Instructions of stato commltt the new county committee met at the courthouse at 2 o'clock Wednesday. Members Mumfr.rd, McCully and Hyatt were present, C, R. Eberhard held L. Knapper's proxy and Mr. McCully the proxy of C. L. Hartshorn. Mr. McCully was elected chairman and Mr. Hyatt secretary for two yearB. The following delegates to the con ventions at Portland Mav 14. -rr selected : State-Joseph, F. D. McCullv ; Enter-' prise, F. A. Clark; Wallowa, John Mc-; Donald; Lostine, J. O. Kiddle. LU trict Enterprise. W. R. Holm.; w..i. Iowa, C. C. McDanicI ; Joseph, L. Knap-, per; Lostine, S. L. McKenzie. As no one was present from other precincts no names were put on except ! from the valley towns, bat if inv p..! publican from other precincts cares to! go to the conventions he can- nndnnKt. I edly secure a proxy bv writing : .either Mr. McCully or Mr. Hyatt. Democratic Committee. Democratic committeemnn ointn,i . . Enterprise, J A. French: Itin l w Pace ; Wallowa. Kdwin M '. I Promise, Lee Thompson ; Groune, C. J." Flemini: Lout lri.; ii...... i J-lora, J. Q. Connolly; Paradise, Walter "i H"fir, niuu v.ieiK, John I'.mmons; i:.P. "kott ; Trout Creek, Geo . yvnnt, l'ark, I.. Llovd; DlvUle. S. f ll,v;n"-. H is called to meet in enterprise next Saturday. Election Echoes. ine naiiot boxes were brought in bv the following members of the election boards in the various precincts: Park, v.. iiiuimeiwriKiit; tlora, .1. O V onnollv : Fronii.o VV T Mill -n.. wlise, Walter Applegat'e ; Ininah'a,' L. C. -"nnson; ivnie, J. W. Huffman; Pine reeK. i. w. Hnrriu. M..,l C'w,i. o u vtrarnock; Wallowa, Levi Tullv; Trout :r J01in waiter; Butte, Tom Stump; PrairiH Cmulr (1 w t ' the : e, t). r. Mays; Joseph, O. T. Prout- 'ay, vi. reierson; ljost i'rairie, Ii. I.. Cole; Pitts burn, Mike Thomason : , ,r,;.u ' i'leming; Powwutka, B. ii. aicixinms. Enterprise Won Game At Wallowa The most Interesting ball game of the season was played by Enterprise and Wallowa at Wallowa Stindav, Enter prise winning by a score of 7 to 6 in 12 innings. Bilyeu twirled the entire game for Enterprise and was very effective but gave a few passes, some thing rare with him. Hug pitched the hrst nine innings for Wallcwa and pitched well but waa found fr l.st. wl..... v.: . . ..wou meant runs. After tlm Bnnro was tied in the ninth. Haves wnt l.,t- the box. The Enterprise hoys were not to b3 denied and in the twelfth .Will Bauer brought in the winning tally on a wallop by Zurchur. ihe game was replete with good playing und both teams fought gamely to the finislu Savage at second and W. Bauer at first starred for Enter prise, whil Pace, V. oodell, Crumpack er,, Hollembaek, and Bilyeu laced out the long hits. Score by innings: Enterprise 203000i0000 t 7 Wallowa 0000012200 0-0 Line up was as follows: MAYHELO NAMED AT MASS MEETING Popular Young Druggist Nominated for Mayor Without Opposition-One Ticket In Field. and Ert'terpriso Bilyou Crumpacker W. Bijuor 8avge Pace Bunnolf --- Zurcher Woodell Hollemhaok P c lb' 2b 3b . s s-" 1 f of rf Wallowa ' Hug and Hayes 0. Maxwell Edgar Marvin ' Edwin Marvin Werst Hayes and Hug Schilke B.Maxwell vy aolty lostine Wins And Loses. won rrom i.'nh.r.: .... fl, It L osuno, triday, by a score of. 12 to 0 runner pitched for Entarnrin .,i young Bridwoll for Lostine. Bridwell snoeauphnely, in tho. box and will uououess develop into a irood t.wli-l Lostine went to Joseph, Sunday, and "ut. iiBieaieu Dv a scor of In in - w iu, l.lurit.A'a I1 I ..... a ivvu UltClierS OOth HUl cr.ro arms and the club was badlv l..,ii capped. Big Demand for Phones. From La Grande Observer. The Home Independent Telephone company lias a lai o xvimmvi phones in Wallowa county. In the ast week nearly 50 applications have been received In addit.i mi tn fliiD.. ..i " HIWOD 11- ready located. Aniomr tho n. vo... Ions in Wallowa countv will i.u' t ..... w VfllC from Imnuha to Fruita. uhi m - .....xy,. nil) reach the. larire r-nl tl ...! i If-aha HveV:- TheTnU o growth- of this" com pan;; II. a Ihomas issuperlntende.it of Wallowa Mayor Byram May Held. Councilmen W. II. Graves J. W. Bickford. Recorder w. E. 'laggart. Treasurer C. M. Lockwood. Attorney Thos. M. Dill. The foregoing is the ticket nominate,! by the mass nieetina held in that Mirf room Tuesday niuht. Tlie meetina w. originally called for Monday night but' was postponed until the following even--ing as the election canvassing board- was using the room. Tho room was packed to its cananitir and a more harmonious gathering never filled the benches. Mayor Boyd called the meeting to order and atatpd it. object. W. W. White was unnrdnmnul v elected chairman and J. A. Burleigh euureiary. Daniel Boyd nominated Bvmm iM. flold for mayor. A. C. Miller in a short but to the Point SDeech rnnnu.U I.... mony and that he struck, the keynote was eviuencoa Dy tho benrty applause that greeted his remarks. ' W. R. Holmes moved that the nominations bv closed, and this motion and one that the secretary cast the unanimous bal lot for Mr. Mayfiold, were carried wltht cheerful unanimity. " ' , To succeed T. R. Akins and w' IT Graves as couucilmon four names wera put in nomination, and voted nn h ballot, resulting as follows: W. H. craves 48, A. M. Wagner 10, J. ; W. Bickford 45, V. I. Cronln 15. Messrs. Graves and Bickford were doclured the nominees. . , , . .... ; The present incumbents of ' the other three offices, W. E. Taggart recorder, C. M. Lockwobd treasurer, and Tho. M. Dill attorney, were nominated unan imously. Then, after adopting the railroad resolutions, and a brief love feast of short speeches by candidates and other citizens, the meeting adjourn ed without day. ,.','''. .J. ..';' ; Baker Citj-Astoria DeSilte. The semi-final Intersoholastlodebate to decide the question of the.eham. plonship of the state will be. held In Astoria Friday eveiilne. Atirll 24. nni will be between teams of Baker Cltv and Astoria high schools.1 The ques tion to be discussed will h. . solved, that the Members of the House -of Representatives of the State nf lira. gon Should Be Elected by a ByBteni-of i roporuonai Jtepresentatlon.", The Astoria team will support tbe-'afllria. tlve. .'- Let Building Contract y' The contract for bulldlncritKAhri.k- and stouo double store room, at-' Joseph for the First National bank, and Dr.. Burnard's drug store, has beenV lnk i. Church & Church. Th.. made public. r;v ;, Declamatory Contest. Miss Florence Bartlett of .RJrtWt was the only contestant In tho no. at Flora, and will represent theorth Country In the oounty contestr that will be held in the county high school i Trains Will Be Whistling In Joseph the Last of July So says Gen. M'g'r. O'Brien of O. R. 0 N. Railroad.. The man who bought the lot advertised in this space last week will make his $275.00 BY JULY 1st. We have 30 'more lots in beautiful Alder View addition to sell at regular piices on easy terms. We will advance the price May 1st, BUY NOW, DANIEL BOYD, Sec. Wallowa Law, Land ii Abstract Conpany : it i it i si .'it ;'i s ;t 51 v.