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Wallowa County Official Paper. Enterprise City Official Paper. Wallowa County Rich In 5 Greatest Sources of Wealth. IP IT TfF MEWS VOL 2, NO 8. FOR SALE. Ti.motiiv Hay, Oats, live unci Itailoy, j nlsn nut- of my Farms. It. D. Suufunl, ! S miles S. W. "f Knterpriso. 4Utf ; M I C.I, SLABS, stove length, mil AMit Slope. I ii u i re of (). J. Roe. Konner ')'. R. Akins farm. Home lilionu. Slf OEUMNt'S Matched span or lL'DO pound geldings; one nice 4 year old gelding weight 1075 pounds. Also a span of heavy 2 year old colts. K. I). Sanford, Enterprise Oregon. 8if WANTED. HIGHEST CASH PRICK paid for old! rats. Must lie eleuu mid laige. Record oflioc. News I. (). O.P. Kntcrjirl' l.ddu'C, No. Iftt. Kmcrald Itclickah Lodge, No. 110, K. of I'. Kutcrprlsu I.' !."', No. t. .Iiiiinllu Temple, No, 7, I'ytliian 1 Sisters. Masonic l'.iitenjrlse Chapter, No. M, lioyul AitIi .MiiMiiis, nii'ClH lirst Till nl Tuhmw.vs of each nil nth in Masonic Hull. All visiting Koyal Arcli Alo- sons welcomed. J. It. Ol.MNTKI), High I'rlcst, 1). W. KHKAHAN, .seerscary. Wallowa Lodge, No. K2, A. F. A. M., int'ets second mid fourth So t -urda.vs of encli month In Miis.nilr Hall. VUlthnc Mt.sons wclrnnetd. C. H. Zriit'HKit, W. M. V. C. Boatman, SwrelHry. Wallow u Valley Chapter, No. SO, ). . S., meet Hist Mini third Kiitlli'. nays of each nioiitb, in Masonic all. Visiting Stars uie aovnys wel come. Ot.IVE I.ockwooii, V. M. JUNix.r. llovi). Sec. M. W. a.-V.hkIi ('amp, No. 1IUII7, M. W. A. Meels I'lfsMind Third Thursdays In encli iiionlli in new Kniti'rmil hall. Visiting NuUhhors Always weleoinu J. (I. Uknmk, Consul. T. M. Dili., Clerk. Aneroid Camp, No. 3342. I. N, of A. W.'i). W. -dliitcrpi'ise Cmiip, AIjii.vUi Circle. No, Nn.Ki, W of W, 278. V. of W. County fruit Inspector. Konl C. Potter of V allowa has been Appointed fruit inspector for Wallowa county, lie. receiving noticti of tho up (.oiutmeut last Thursday. Will Win Some Day. Fro'ii Kuttt t)iH!goniun. The cipuil Hiiflrugu umendnient has been defeated by a big majority of 081)0, several hundred less than the majority nuainst it two years ti(f'. This is wtnie hope, at least. Every vote gained is a j victory and the friends of equal saif frage will n vcr stop until that amend- J iiii-nt is placed as a law upjn the books I of Oregon. 1 THAT ITS' or COUR.-5E YOU VIH To Go TO THE PROPER. PLACE To BUY THE THINGS YOU WI.5H To WEAR.. WE WIH YOU WOULD IN QUIRE WHETHER OR NOT OUR JTORE 1 3 THE PROPER PLACE To'DEAL. IF YOU KNOW OF ANYONE WHO DEAL .5 AT OUR .STORE. ASK THEM HOW WE TREAT THEM. OR &ETTER .STILL, COME IN AND LET JS SHOW YOU THE 600D.S WE CARRY, THE PRICED WE ELL THEM AT, AND JUDGE FOR YoUR-SELF.' WE BELIEVE WE TREAT OUR CUJToMER5 RIGHT BECAUSE WE SEE THE .SAME FACE J JEAON AFTER -5EJoN. RESPECTFULLY, W.J. FUNK & CO.- INJUitm AND REM PLANKS Koosev-.lt IJeas Dominate Republican rlatrorm at Cliica-Nomiiiations la Progress Today. Chicago, June IS, 1 p. m. The Ro lulpliciiu convention has adopted the j thrill revision and uuli injunction I'u'uks a.ivocaieu ty resident Koose- t veltuhd Win. II. Tuft. Nominations lor president tiro being made. Hughe , rairlianks, Cannon and Tuft have so far been placed in nomination. If it were not for H msevclt's positive refusal ; lie would lie mimed by acclamation. ' i f he convention goes wild at every' mention of Uooseve'.t's name. T X' 1 311 r0rfll.iated. ' i iiiinifii 4-ii;wari h uuiicii to the nine ( h.c.,go,Jnnel8,4p.ti..-Ii,stball..t,0f n to u in t.U.V(.n im)iu Th (. Taft 0.'i, l.a Toilette 25, l'oraknr Hi, 'game was hot a luilliant rne, the Caiiinn (il, Fairbanks 40, Knox ' tfounds being in such poor shape that Roosevelt 3. Tail's nomination made nomination made : unanimous. Nice p esident will bo nominated tomorrow Game Law Violated r. i . i ... . . ... .... ........ .,.... - v..e,oos;t,K w,lWijn iu (lV(,r is in the valley investigating nnnieroiml t n ........ i. u . , . ii . . Base Ball lotes. ..win I'i.iiij . o nun i:i:i vmix Kl 1 1 CO CUIIipU: 1U i are not obeying the buri-en law. He.--ideiits of Walhiwa have written ti Suleni making complaints ami others direct to Mr. ('lemons. The latter savs there will he no (ish in the liver with in two years if the laws are not obeyed. Mr. (,'Ien oils also mya theie are com plaints ng:iinst saw mill men who allow sawdust to flow into th. streams. This is against the law and the penalty s ipiitu heavy. Rushing Railroad Work. A work train, carrying a bridge coi.. struct ion crew and trackmen passed through Llgin Tuesday morning to the front. The wo' k of track laying 14) Wullowu canyon will begin as kci n ns the temporary bridge is finished nuross tho (irandu Ronde.' Contractor .1. V,. Patterson is working on the grado uour the Litch feeding Ci irals, toward the JJuterprise d"tnt unrnmlu, II) luauo in n nliiiuies. trmlitlon proceedings I nii-r,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ii'vimnusniiji'iHin- 1 Thomas Tucker and X01 fjoet JJogan at RESOLVED A MIGHTY comfomtari f To KN0Wt)U HAVE ON THE" PROPER ir WL IO 1HL FK-0 PER PLACET Wf CAN FEEL SfRE WE ARE ALL RIGHT WE! OWE IT TO OURSELVES To DRESS WELL BROWfl. Enterprise, Wallowa County, I Asotin cmio to naught Inst week, nil because of tin? absence of Governor J Mead of Washington delaying the i issue of the papers. The men were re- j J leased from Asotin jail on a writ of: habeas corpus lie fore the arrival of the j extradition papers. The telegram to Mierill Blakely gave the information r1"1 la,,'",!'",1.v ide.i the men were in release. Enterprise Wins Came At Joseph It was not. decided until 10 o'clock Sunday morning that there would le a game of ball on the Joseph diamond uoiwoen lhu town and Enterprise and as a consequence few fans accompan ied the team to that city on that date. At the phone call from Manager Hewurt from Josi pli tlu local aggro gation tho-to who hail uot left j town tor a day's outing piled into a j couple of rigs and drove to Joseph and ..; .i l . i . '"ul wus "t "f the question. If inVU riii.Mi-T iiti.i twat.t .i, .,.. f..ik the Jcseph peojile and express the hope that many moie games will he played U'tween the Lnterprisu and Joseph ........a ma i.iuui b ;iijiiois ueiore Zurchcr pitclud the lirst half of the game at Josepl. Sunday, lie shows i speed and good control. I ' Captain I'.ilyeii made good in tho loft garden Sunday, j Pace has the rifht system putting the runner out on third. The niiipin in Sunday's game hail a habit of "not seeing tho play" when a Joseph man : Was caught between bases. A Joseph j irran attempted to steal third but j llaniniack catching for Enterprise j whipped the ball to Puce who met the ' rui tier with open arms ami held him and then veiled to tho umpire. The man was promptly called out. V o-k has been done ou the Enter prise diamond this week Unit will add gieallytothe plcusure. of the phi vers. I. Tli'Mlianiond h.is b.ien leveled smooth and put in fine shape. ; The U'allowa funs have taken a hand , in (he securing of satiable and perma I lient grounds for theirteani. They ro 1 prose to put them in the best of shape uno may meioso luem alio also nuiiil g ra in 1st a 1 1 1 1 . Tlicv are determined lo liuve u winning team fFFi iMr L.-V j ! S ,rJ CLOTHES. .1 . J',; V : J Z('J 'j . J Ij . ,-.. --'...' Oregon, Thursday, June 18, 1908. RANGE BLOSSOM iO JUNE ROSES Church Wedding Amid Wealth of Fioral Decorations Marks WaiucrKemiij Nuptials. f 1" n l'rilliat t wedding at the l'r.'s'iy ;terian churt'li, Wednesday eveiiinr, marked by the beauty of tl.e floral dec- j "''HtioiiH, Miss Heta M. Uennie and Mr. j Howaid O. Warner were married, ut S ; "''clock, by Rev. Seldon O. Adams, who i t lie beautiful ring ceremony. The j "-'"rcn was tilled with friends of th I opuiar young couple when the bridal puny entered to the strains of the Mendelssohn wedding march played by Mrs. VV. C. Ketchum. The bride was on the aim of her father. J. (i. Renuie. !w" "lew minutes later gave her into tlie keeping of the (; room. The later l ti i ii... i v . . J 1111 mu Mr, iiren VViUmir ii best man. Miss Knla Forsytho,' the ; 1 ridesmaid, was dressed i . white and , l'ilr''ied yellow marguerites. Th. usher.-, : "J "' Jiayllekt and John Wo-kman, 1 ttlltl tilt' ltt IliiM Iw.i. .,..!.... . . . s wliito caruations. Little Weldon i H.vatt bore the ring ou a silv.;r tray. ! d,lf"t before the cei einony. Miss .K'linie t ' "'""j u i uou .l l ro i.iki l.'nto a ! lower The hi ide was as lovely as the ir.usl delicate (lower. Her dress was of w hite silk trimmed with chifl'on lace, made en ttuiu. She wore a veil and carried a shower bouquet of bride's lost s. The ceremony was p rformed at an altar of evergreen decked with roses. Alic e was a large w hite bow. The chun h decorations were all llonil and wete among tin- mo.-t beautiful ever seen in the city. As the bridal party left the church, their pathway was strewn v.illi ruse pi mis by the (lower girls, .May Soreiisen and Alice Renuie, who were dressed in pink and blue and wo;e sweet peas. Following the church service, the bride and gr 0111 held a reception nt tho home of Mr. anil Mrs. J. li. Ronnie I buy stood in the parlor by 11 hue uowcr decorated w ith siuilax, ferns and red roses. Hefieshinents wore served and a social hour spent by intimate friends. Miss i'orsytho caught the bride's bouquet. Out of tew 11 guest were Mrs. A.N. Hales and m ns Willis and Howard of Walla Walla, Mrs. E. ! , Ivanhoe of Latirande, Mr. and Mrs. Orvillo Poley at d Miss l.enore (iooil- man of Lostine, Pv. V. (Joodin:ui if j Ashlund and Meriill (iroshong of Coi j nil I is. I Mr. WiiKiier is a y un business 111:11 j of this city of high character and his : bride is a beautiful girl who has woi; a ! host of friends liv her amiable and lovable disposition. Thev have tl.e best wishes of nil for a happv ami sue ....-f..i li,.', i.,..a ....i.i 111; ,t i..uiiie ill ci 11 r. Min Alts Ilaggorty, who will be - ili 1 " Mimlay to jir. It. u C7 ! Weathirs, was given a pretty surprise jS,'- -1 Wejiiesdiiy niglil at Kinerald Rebekah fP'Vf i kxlae. Ri fr.'shnients were served in a f y$ '"'"Htiful china service and tho bti le 1 J?il j 'J'S-'I. whs coiiipletelv surprised . hen , ,r) informed tho i ishes were presents to her fi 0111 tho assembled friends. The, f , p;y j members of tho Sunday school class to r.?r j which Miss lliiggerty belongs, will be JL 1 1 entertained by tlieir teacher, Mis. (. J S i I Roe of Aider Slope, Friday evening, in Vvi,N i compliment to Miss llaggerty. r- -.rry ! Marrisgj Lioentcs, ' V 1 I June 17 Howard (1. Wiooi.t anil llelu M . Rent. ic, Salt Lake Mining Hki. A party of three Salt Lake city mil . iug men arrived in the valley Monday and have gone tin in th t mountains to exaiiiliie properties owned by II. X, W'illi.iliis .1 l'.nrl..ili inn I nllmr. i ii- coiiipieiion oi ii, e riiisrowi Is going ,to ustier lu a real mining; bo in In TI. .....l.l . .1 . ..Hiiinin i.imnij, ic.ii. ...... 'Twas A Hard Proportion. 1 .. . t 1. . 1 ...-...!. : . t . i j u ii i now mini tt proposition aiiowa was up Us'ainst In trying for the removal fyjts of tho co;ii.ty seal can In b.-tt.-r aptirec fV' j iat' d by supposing th.it VViiIIomu had ' , sei'liied CM) :iddilional vofs, yet she " ' 'l:lVl' '",,t There weie lH'.l voles h . 1 cast on the nount.V seat question. Add iy-A : 'iW and the total would b- 'Jill of i wliioh Wallowa won ) have to get 'Hi O per cei t or 1171, Hhe did got Wit ami :J'7 giving her the entire IUKI a dilioiial 'yXr- j would have brought her total to nuh J j t-lrf or seven less than the requited (ill .-V' I per con'. v - - iiLK CKiiiiK JOTS. : her bedside. Tl.e Misses Mi and Annh .-.j K'M.li uj; a few davs with Mrs. John U.iker ant1 family. Joan ail'.! Sam liaker have gone (o bring tlie liaker ami l'Tuiiury sheep from the spring range to the Martin ! shoaling plant lo be sheared. The Swamp Creek school closed the 1 ! 1 1 day of June alter a two months and a half pupils and tp::cher. very successful work by both Rev. Adams Begins iocal Pastorate Rev. Seldon C. Adams preached his lirst sermon in tho I'resby teriii'i church Sunday morning to a largo congrega tion. He mid his family arrived the hitter part of the week having stopped a day or two to visit friends in I.a (irainlc. Mr. Adams' family consists id wife aid two sor.s, Seldon Carlylo and Robert Neiil. Mr. Adams is a graduate of North western I'niversitv ami ids wife from the Cumnock school of Oratory at (ho big Evaiiston co'lege Tho Kalid.i, Ohio, Record hud the fob lowing to say regarding the departure of Mr. Adams: I l.e Rev. S. C Adams, for two years pastor of the Presbyterian church in this city, Sunday morning tendered his resignation to bis congregation, i'11'ective June 1. Erom the pulpit Rev. Adams announced his acceptance of a call from the Presbyterian church at Enterprise, ' Oregon, a progressive li:tloci;yof 1,00 ) Inhal itunts located in n beau'.iful valley .ami surrounded by a picturesque mountainous: country. The Rev. Mr, Adams was reluctant at resigning the local ptili.it, but, the Oregon charge held out such attractive i idiicemeiils thai ho dually yielded Rehire coming to Kalidu Mr. Ad.inis was stationed at New Salem, ()., at which place ho was ordained a minis ter. While young in the ministry his true devotion to the doctrines of the l'resbyterian cliurch and his eminent litnesMin the execution .f the many duties devolving upon him, bus made tiiui very popular, not only a.iiong the l'resbyteiian clergy and laymen in this section ol the state, but also with all church-going p. (qde with .vhom he nunc In contact. I'.ri 1 1 i M t in tin pulpit, painstaking, kind and alert to the needs of Ids parishoners and fear less in propounding thu gospel, He v. Adams has built up. an enviable re putation for himself in I'litnaiii county, lie has served the colluiy C. K. 1'nloii as county coiiiihiIoi', for three years was managing editor of the Stiiiilay Sc loul Riilletin, ami permanent clerk of the I. ma presbytery. Only r.'cently Mr. Adnnn declined n cail from an important charge In Huston presbytery. Rev. Adams expects to e!o-e his ollici.il labor hoie on Sunday.' Mav .'il. a'ter which he and Mrs. Adams wi l leave for their western home. They j w ill stop till hi Chicago a lew days to vtHii relatives and friends. Cove's Cherry Crop. In the va lcv ai'onnil Cove there will be produced tins year 'JO.) tons of , - her - h.s anu o.ai cars ol apples. ! ton, 'SM to .-,01) people w ill U- needed in addition to the local population to pick and pack me cherry en p. Now Is the The children l.uve all been To Buy Lots WE HAVE THEM FOR SALE AT ALL PRICES Prices Will Double in Thro Months. DANIEL BOYD Secy. Wallowa Law, Land & Abstract Co. Whole Number 480 charter electioii SET FOR AUGUST 15 Initiative Petitijns Acted Ipsa by Coun cil Friday N:g!itWatcr Halts Fixed. j The election on the niiioiulmetit. lo the city charter, changing tlie required percentage for authorizing the sale of bonds for water works purposes from tiliit to an allirnialive majority, has been fixed for August It next, and li'ilice issued !o this etlect. Three initiative petitions, containing 'JO names ouch were preseiiled to tho council I'riday night, demanding this election, and it was ordered as the law directs. A eomplaii t by Micill Stubblellcld was received, staling that litter and trash dumped on the hill east of town washed down unto his land It was suggested that signs be put up giving notice that no more Hash be thrown there. At the first regular semimonthly meeting of i otincil Momi.iy night, the city marshal was directed lo collect, the rent for use of water firm the city diVch. The bill id K S. I'iicc for ?l ,'2- for work ou the ditch, was ordered paid. M. E. Ilotchki.-s was allowed lo continue to use the hog pens at North anil East l'irst streets for the present. An interesting meeting id the city council was held Ki blay evening in tho council chambers, there heiiu nrcsent besides Mayor Maylield, presiding, Uouncilmcn Hick ford, llcrlaml, Rcavis, Lily Recorder raggart, City Attorney Mill and a njiuiberof taxpayers. l irst of importance came a repoit from the city marshal regarding appli cations for use of water by consumers from the city ditch. In all there wo e I'l'u blocks called lor which, by placing the rate at Sf.S per bl i k, will add to the l ily revenue fdo") for tlie season. A bill for lfll(,17 for material used for crossings and covering ditch. -s was pie sented by the Enterprise i'laning mill. This was audited by tho liimucc con . mil loi and ordered p id. CliilJre;i's Day Program. Ol ildren's day will be observed at tho Pri sbvlet ian chinch, Sunday i veil ing, June '.'1, at o'clock, willi the fol low iug program : , Opening Song! Invocation Rev. ("rocket t Song I ',oir Recitation lilaine Slubblelleld Chorus I' xorc.iso l'ri mary ( 'hiss Recitation : Vithur Rudd Pr mary Song. Recitation Maruaret (lalloway Recitatioi Margaret Chirk Solo Irene I'lirsytlie Sunday School Cadets. Huet Irene I'orsyl be, Clara Riuer Recitation Helen ( lark S.,o Exercise, . . . . t lata Ruler Little Children" l'ollia Steel tub s, I.ela Pace Recitation 1 Duct ,ora C Recitation Clark Akin Rainoi.a Uou Closing Song. 1'iiMie liction. I Solo. Time n lay of the in El. n rv.