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Brief News Items City election next Tuesday. County court convene! Wednesday of next week. The best farms for sale in Wallowa eonnty are listed by the O. R. & I. Co. John W. Nedrow of lower Mud Creek was a business visitor In Enter prise the first of the week. Dressmaking and plain sewing. Mrs. Frank Cook, at Zurcher's millinery Store. 51tf The local ball team lias been greatly Htreugthened by the addition of Harley Fleener and Archie Wlllett who have moved here from Lostine. Don't forget when in town to call ut the New Millinery .Store, one door east - tif tle postofJBee. New good ( oust intl y in riving. Vnrnish stains and brushes, and Laeqtierot wakes old furniture look like new at Burnaugh & May field's. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Willett have inov- d to Enterprise from Lostine and will make this city their homo. Mr. Willatt will follow the trade of carpen ter. The now hymnals were used for the first time at the Methodic church, Sunday. Mr. Pratt pronounces them the best collection of hymns in exist ence. "The Woes of Licenso" is the subject Bt the Methodist church nrxl Sunday evening. This subject isof viuil im portance to our own town and commun ity. Harley Fleener of Lostino has fe cured the position in W. J. luink & Co.'s store made vacant by the resigna tion of Kogcr Kay, who is again work Ing as lineman for the Home Telephone company. Dermine Cream, the best preparation for 'chapped hands andface, is sold by liuriiaugh & Maytield. D. W. HunHaker and John Rnlirman rf Joseph were in Enterprise Wednes day. Mr. Hunsaker will move next Monday horn his present residence to u house in Joseph owned by Mr., Rohrman. Circuit court a week from next .Mon- Ice cream season opened at Wtllowa ! ua'- "Hey Cream com pan 's. IeJ. Crcam Regular meeting of the city, council ! " naud wenever weather Is suitable. i... . .. I liriler l!V llnniu tol.l....u next Monday night. Otto Bodrner Is working in Homes barbershop at Joseph. A. C. Miller went to Smith Mountain Wednesday on a business nip. Born Thursday, April 21. tn the wife of Sylvester Mil lnrd of Al-ler .Mipe, a son. The Home Telephone wwii v it putting in new p'i!iM i.nd tUliti Msr t guys on old num. A. N. Sun'ovd, i f pi l'S 11!., fitrHH Thirrirlnv of In-t, week mid will iiiom; onto :ds homestead north west of ton n. Btar ifs of A. K. B nnett.i f thu I.:i Guind hns been looking after the Inlen 'li ,t paper in the willev tin) pest" A (liiii;iiti'r w-im l..i"i Thiir'dav lo tlie wife of Fred (',. Oonlevof Portland. foni e ly j.ul.lhher of the Xeus Record. Mi and Mrs. Ray E. Vest have ie t"niod from their In nulia ranch for t e Pnn.nir. . Xew sliiet music, for the pislnp 25 c-nts at Wheat's jewelry and ihu.-ic tlore Order by Home telephone. Burnaugh & Mayfield are setting up their fountain and will as usual nerve the best cooling driuk. They will use the Wullowa Valley Cream company's lee cream. The local camp of M. dern Woodmen o.wl , l T..:..i.t i. nciguuurs win unite in a, j program and supper ut Fraternal h.ill, this, Thursday, night.' Rev. J. D. -Gillihm of I,a Grand , presiding elder of thistlisirici, wid ,o... loe third quurterly meeting and confer- o ice ol tins conference yenr at il.e . Mthodist cliurch Tuexdn evening, ;dav 5. Strychnine' aud poisoned vhoat at Burnaugh & Muyfield's. Does the trick for equirrola, 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! Old b.'dsprius rcstretulied irlndo lighter Mum Hew for Jil. O. I. Iint cliff, tliel'oine Furnisher, Enterprise. .A. R. HurVe of Aludo, III., V1i in Knlerp'ie several days looking over the country. He left Wedr.e-dny for Iihiho The Kni'rh's of Pythias pave a verv e joynhle social evening in Fraternal h 'II Tuesday night. Music and dant l were tlio chief amusement. (iii.v Thompson o Rt. .lye, Mo., is visiting his friends, is. 1!. Hoyd and Ira Pratt, il ml looking over the country. He formerly lived at Bedford, la. Buy a lot in Beautiful Hirchland nd d it ion to Enterprise and make easy money by the advance thiH summer. For sale by the O. R. & I to. .' Cut out the W. .1. Funk & Co. ad- or some boy or girl w ho is. working 'or the splendid prizes c ffered bv that firm. Mayor Daniel Boyd, Superintendent J. W.Kerus. Prof, end Mm W M Sutton, Gene W. Hall nod Charles Crow attended the Lostine Coiuitleiice Dr. I 'oiey has rented the Wort unto week. I I'l'openy or: North Hiver street and ! will move his family u Enterprise at OHO. Mr. an I Mrs. John Sherm in and lit t'e daughter of Wallowa were in En terprise Wetlne day night, gdeif, , j Mayor and Mrs. Dmiei K yd. ' Thomas Stump of the. Hates is in town on a business flip. ! Mrs. Hessie Nelson and I Roliinson Mere married ! Tuesday, by HvV. P this city. Mrs. C. I' Eairdule, who has been quite ill, i rep, ,i led heller. Mrs. A. H'. Murmy of Aider Siope is ill. i?. B. Boyd has old a half interest in the Siurr f.irin near Wallowa that Mr. . Ernest at Ijisiiiie. Saiuuis of lie reeenll;- p ircliasd, to L. Couch. v. ounty Committee Meets For Men and WoMnen Boys and Girls. COME EARLY. R. & Z. Go. , New f rlurntl Building ' ENTL.1?ISE, ORB. Jilde O. M. Cnrkins and altorney J. A. Burleigh leave for Pendleton Satur day morning to argue the Ready vs hcliniilh case before the supreme court next Monday. The P.rternrise Oliera bniluA nmnana. mellt tins bought a IiIl-Ii irade nlano nf the t,ehr make and expect it iiere in titno for use in the production of the Rajah, a week from Saturday night. A boxing burned nut ut the lio-l.t plant early Saturday morning and there were no lights Saturday night. Repairs were completed in time to turn on the em ivnt Sunday evening An Experienced Nurse offers her services to the. people of Enterprise and vicinity. Address Mrs. Emily Splcer, Enterprise, Ore., or leave word at News Record ofllee. 1 tf At the meuting of the neiv Demo cratic county committee, at the court, house Saturday, J. A. French was elected chairman for two jears and Hugh Wilson secretary. S F. Pace was chosen member of the stnte cen- traP committee. Follow' i t are . the delegates to the etate convention at Portland in June: R. E. Hei-kett, B. M. Rounsavoll, J. T Mcl.ain and VV. W. White. W. W. White, who Was nominated for representative, made a short speech declining the honor. .I.A.French, R. E. Heskett and one or two others were urged to make the race hit none would accept. Following U thecomnlute roster f the committee, including those elected at the primary and those selected Sat urday for precincts where no one. was elected': IHvide, S A Blevans; Park, L Lloyd; Trout Creek, G W Wright; Mud Creek, J W liniilions; Flora, J Q Con nolly ; Grouse, C J Fleming; Promise, I.ee Thompson; Wallowa, Edwin Marvin; Lostine, J B Pace; Enterprise, J A French; Joseph, Hugh Wilson; Leap, R E Heskett; Paradise, Walter Applegate; Butte, Henry Davis; Praii ie Creek, S P Williams; Pine Creek, S T Tibbett; Pittsburg, Geo B Robertson; Powwatka, W E. Deering; fuinaha, W P Wamock. Riley & Mitchell will InstaM a oda . DEATH RECftRll. waier rouniam nnil will sell al kind: "i mourner (1 - UK. T mv will i.-.. I " Wuiirtt.'n i- no . imniei Al. Uanuimck was born In ,xu"y temn company's iu0 Knox count v. Kv.. in June. 1R41 1U cream I he Odd Fellows.' nrocram in honor of the 8Utb iiuniversarv of Oddfellow. shiv was postponed Saturday night be cause of uo eleetiic lights, and the same program will be given next Satur day night. Mrs. Emily Spicer of Davenport, Ia Miss Vesta Jackson of Chicago, and Joy C. Galloway of Aledo, III., arrrived in Enterprise Thursday night to look over the country with a view of lonaU ing. They are guests of their relatives, H. A. Galloway and family, Warren E. Foray the , has been ap pointed Instructor In pharmacy and cheuilstryjat Oregon Agricultural col lege. Mr. Forsytho is an Enterprise boy, a son nf Mr. and Mrs. E. J. For sylhe of this city. He4s at present tak ing special work In Michigan Unlver city at Ann Arbor, Mioh. He is a graduate of the O. A. C. La Grande Star: Cashier W. It, Holmes of the First National Bank of Enterprise, is visiting in ( Grande Ronde. On Sunday he was a guest of his brother, F. J. Holmes of Island i City, and the two made ait automobile moved with his parents lo Missouri in the spring of 1842, from thereto Iowa la 184U. He resided there 19 years and then moved with his parents to Fnioii county, Ore., in 18(15, and resided there until 1907, when be came to Wallowa o unity and lived until his death April 23, 1908. He was fi7 years mid 10 months old. He leaves one Irrother, J. W. Hanimack of Lostine and two sisters, Mrs. Nancy Lee of Summervllle and Mrs Amanda Grider of Li; Grande. Daniel M. Hanimack was 'never mar. ried. He was beloved by. his many friends and relatives. The funeral was In' Lostine conducted' by Rev. F. G Potter, April 25; Interment in tho Lostiiu cemtt-ry. COUNTY SGKoOL H'NDS SENT OUT Continued from first page? addition to per head of county fund, there will be the state fund and the land fund. According t a Salem dispatch another distribution of the U-'it- ) Slates H per c-ntlarid pales ha.i I . u made and Wallowa county will receive SJfiJlSG. - Trcks3K Koore Resign. Prof.-Hwir W. E. Moore, pri cipitl of t':8 c int .' high school, has resigned ti.e e:igu.einmt for next year hereto fore tendered altd accepted by liiiu Mr. .Mo .re will quit school work" lo at tend to business interests, lie owns a h ilf iutere.st in I grncvry store at K.ihiiiiii-iind an interest in a publirhiug a:id printing business at Kelso, Wash. He expects to move to Kalanui imnudi n'tel; after the close uf tlio high n-hnol term. The newnvf Mr. Moore's resig. iiatinii will be received with regret for he certfiiuly proved to be the ligLt man f jrthe place and his reco.rd of. building up the school in six moaths is one to be proud of.. - 4 Tlie county iiinh nchool board at its lust meeting engaged Gene W. Hall as assistant u-uclier tor next year. Mr.! Hall has a splendid record as a teacher in thi county having just finished a very suicesu) term ut Alder. ' . : County School Notes. Superintendent Kerns is north of Wullowa in the Dry Creek country, here the people desire to form a new district from portions of Nos. 10 and 30. (rene V.. Hall will begin teaching Monday a two months term at the Ko'.ip school oir Prairie Creek. Miss Nettie Brock started t aching this week the spring term at No. 18. oir the upper Chesnimnus. M. H. Tucker will beci ? n f tin v. v moliths term at Chico next .doiiday. Conrt House Notes (.ounty Clerk J. A. French and Sheriff J. M, Blakoly on April 23 drew the jury for the May term, and the following will be notified' to report on W. C. Dorrai ce, farmer, Josepli." O. T. Front, farmer, Joseph. II. D. Akins, farmer, Joseph.' . II. S. Hunt, farmer, .l(,f'ei)h. ' Alfred Kinney, farmer, Josephs Robt. Sliinn, farmer, Jrgophi M. P. It-ley, farmer, Joseph. L.J. Coverstone, jewel-ymnn, Wal Iowa, -F. R. Euglifh, farmer, WMlown.'" II. E. Groat, farmer,. Wallowa. J. H. Brittou, farmer, Wallowa. " ' L. T. 'Powers, furiiier." Wallowa. A. R. Murray, farmer, Enterprise. I- Soreiison, laborer, Enterprise. E. A. Anderson, stockman, Enterprise- Fred S. Ashley, - merchantr Enter prise. Geo. I . Boston, farmer, Grouse. E. A. drossier, farmer, Lostine. - M. Cro.w, merchant, Lostine. O. II. Lofstuen, farmer, Lostine. .; II. S Brown, farmer, Troy. G. M. Padon, farmer, Troy. J. W. Alford, farmer, Chico. -s T. F. Lath rope, farmer, Leap.' ; . "i T. H. Feagins, farmer, Leap. Walter Keith, farmer, Frii'ta. Thos. Rich, firmer, Fruitii; Wm. Cattron, farmer, Flora. i W. .1. Beach, farmer, Paradise. J. f . Pralt, farmer, linnaha. W. W. Dnley, farme--, Mud Creek. , ENTERPRISE OPERA HOUSE The management "takes pleasure in announcing the production of the great 4-act play !U1 -n- m The Success of Two C htinents crl ' : SATURDAY NIG HT, M AY 9, with the following strong cast; ,. ;. M r, Wyncot, The Rajah, . . . Joseph Jekyll, Attorney, .... Mr. Job Richard .Tocelyn . . Cragin.. .. . .. Sykes James ' Buttons. Gladys Wyncot Emilia Jekyll Mrs. Pringle. Miners and Laborers . .. .....Mr Wheufc ..-....!. Mr. Miller . . . .." Mr. 7m rcber Mr. Pratt . .. . Mr: Lrckwcrsl .'. ...Mr.' Knriiunuh ... .v. Mr, I oHfuinii Mr. ly.urf . . . .M.16- I ,Ollg Mrs. Pratt Miss Ileatou . ,f, ..... Given with every attention 'to detail that marked its original production at Madison Square Theatre, New York . . UNDER AUSPICES OF THE ENTlRPRISZ QWUt BAN3 Popular Prices. UeserveJ Scats on Salj AterMonday at Burnaueh & Mayfield s. , . . Mary Franc, s Wyinore, sister cf J, W. Wyinore of Prairie Creek, (lied neiu- Lostlne, Sunday moi ning, of tubereu losis, while .being brought in from Klein. Her age. wad 20 and a half yeai-i. She was born in Pago county Iowa, and resided there until this jour ney to join her brothers in this countv. The remains were t mbulmed by Fred S. Ashley, the Enterprise undertaker, and accompanied l.y Mr. Wymoie left heie Monday on the way back to the trin in thu fW th.lr wi.,.1 i tlie way back to the old this (Tuesday) mornln. ! home in 1 l,'',l,nrn '"' termeut, Toe Allen, a hill rancher of north of town, In Buffering acutely from an acci dent that nearly blinded one of his eyes, lie was getting on A load of hay when a tlmothv head tubbed Int.. 1.1- eye. He is at the Hotel Enterprise to'i " "t. ' . i . , . ... rtH Owt vOT,w ineuiuni irvuvriieiu. ami Willie danger of losing his sight Is past the eye ami In an Inflamed condition. The Rajah, the r.ext attraction at the Enterprise opera house, la one or the greatest euecesci presented in late years, ll Is a play of strong situations, lively dialogue and a mronjr velu of comedy. The cast Is considered one of the Ix-st gotten together and the cause is surely good. The opera hous should lie crowded a wevk from Saturday n 'glit. The week -old con of Mr. and Mrs. Eirl Coffitian of Swamp Creek died Sat. urday night, and was interred in the EnterrrNe cemetery Monday morning at !) o'clock, services being conducted t'V KeV.- N. J. I Iniumuot.- uot...l k.. ns. The naronts hav il... sincere sympathy of many friends in their sorrow, Vii! Calibrate at Lake. At a mass meeting held in Joseph weoneMtay nigl.t, It wns decided to hold a two days celebration at the head of Wallowa lake on Friday aud Sat. urday, July 3 and 4. On thu following day, Sunday, July 6, a camp meeting; will bo held at the aame place. There j will be deviue services aud a grand sacrvd concert. j TROY TELEGRAMS Troy, April 25 Nearly evenone, is busy putting, iu crops. The wet weather last week hindered some. I-nrei-t ils n wan out of school this week on aceoent of a bad cold. A. S. Grinstead was dow u Friday to see about his property. High w ater is abating somewhat. MUs Martha Casteol, the Troy teacher, vWted friends nr. Flora tho latter part ol last week returning Sun day afternoon. Tom Vullen passed through here Friday. ' Charles Fleming took the lmllot box out to Enterprise. He returned Mon day morning. Mrs. Estes sprani! from a horse this week sustaining slight Injuries Smith Bell earned the mail from Flora Tuesday. 1 C. J. Fleming is very busy these days "petting in his crop on the hill." Mr. Picker aud Mrs. Sarah Bartlott ate En tor dinner with Mr. Estes and family. Wanted: At Troy, a watch tinker. For work apply to Miss Lola Richman, Mlse Marti.n Casteel. Geo. Uiicnn and family have been at the W. W. Burns plaCo where' Mr. Bacon has been doing some plowing, Tbev returned home Wednesday. Mr. and Mr. William Wilson enter Uined a numlH-r of frinnds and rela lives Easter. ' Fred Bichm.in went to Flora Tue day. x Order Thai --'Spring Suit Our stock of cloth to select from is now com plete. Crder now and have vour suit here on ! time. Over 500 samoles of th mnsf iin.fA x - S.V date goods in town. We guarantee satisfaction ZURCHER, ..on- . . ENTERPRISE, OREGON ' 3 doors east of Wallowa National Bank Enterprise to .Topeph - " " Lo8tine " "Wallowa One Way -T .75--100- -. . SJ s Joseph Elgin Stage Go. jucoi poraiea . . - - , Tariff and Rate Sheet of Fares fr cm Enterpri e: Round Trip , 1125 " 1 IK -.-' -1.75 k . Ofla !;" . . . U-l l.iuivon House 2.f0 - . 475 u- "Elgin . 4.00 7,50 : - ' Hairiraire allownoee 4D nniiiulu for u..i. ..ir .1.1 . ' , i j . , " '"V"J jjniw mre. excess Daccaire rates same as old tariff. ' " , 1 . .i . Ala es o rineetiiiii with atnoroti nf UMI, t 1 "' . f' Thursdays and Haturdays Fo? Fiofa, and aZ ' XVTS Mondays, Vedueduys aud Fridays, tarries UJS. Mail and Express " t'ollliects with fstnires ut V. privileges given on round trip uS. ' 9X1W F. D. McCULLY.Pres. E. W. RUMBLE, Mg?.?p A Bad .Title Is always shown up by a GOOD . ABSTRACT. Abstracts of Title Accurately . Made From The Law Otlice of 0.11. WINS ENTERl'IUSE, OREGON. Oflitf on Main Stret Candklates cards at the Nes Record ' oilioe neatest work, quickest delivery ' $603D for Booslin'j U Grande. F.-csU Country Butter. Anyone, wishing to enpspe country butter, ?evr f-ord n t). Record office. good News Ala meetlnit iu La Grande last week, addrwwed by Tom Richardson, -wvretarv of the , Portland Commercial club, $.1500 In subneriptlons were pledg el and a club with monthly dues ag gregating 109 organized, the whole mm ti be used In boosting La Grande, snd attracting settlers. The Jeweler's watcn ; JEWELERS carry South Bend Watches. That ought tx be gxd enough 1 eviuc-nce inn uiey are best for vnu. . If htinih tttiA will prove to you for the ask ing that no ether watch you can buy will give you Such comolrte satisfaction. We will how yoa why they stand tM that other watchca cannot, and haw you can aave monry in buy in a South Brad Watch now. Jut W an an.t m. Mooblisa. i tie to purtJuiC . I E. B WHEAT Th Enterprise Jssreler.