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Wallowa County Official
Paper. Enterprise City
Official Paper.
Wiiilowa County !s Rich
In the 5 (neatest Sources
of Wealth.
VOL 2, NO 10.
Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon, Thursday, July 2, 1908.
Whole Number
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WALLOWA VIC) OR
II CLOSE GUI
9 HOTLY CONTESTED INNIN3!
RESULT IN ENTERPRISE'S DE
FEAT BY 2 TO 1 SCORE.
I.i a well played, hotly con est'd
game at Enterprise Sunday u tar
noon, Wallowa defeated the ho ne
team by a store of 2 to 1. This
ties the series bet ween the two du'iis
so far this season, eai'h cl.ib ha.iig
won 3 games. Sunday's game va'
for a purse of $100 put up by ti
home team, and as the Wa Iowa cl ib j u fb' about. (It) feat back of third has
were down in the eighth- whan
Schilke caute to bat and fanned out.
The side would have lean retired
without runs had H.unmaik he d the
ball but it passed him nearly tD tie
backstop. Floyd made a quick re
covery of it but his throw drew Pane
off the. base and Schilke was sa'e.
lie at once stole second and whan
tut;; batted a hot twbter tfovwi tile
third base line, Schiike scooted far
home. The ball fielded by Clark
h't the umpire on the back and of
course runners were held on the
bases; The rule is plain, bit Wal
lowa put. up a long and stranuois
kick. Stewart as firm and the
game proceeded with Schi ke on
'bird and Hug at sacond. Tha lit
t.cr should have been sant lack ta
first, but. the point was overloikel ii
the excitement Maxwell the l railed
is composed of sportsmen the locai
team is expecting a challenge wi ll
a like offer in ths near future.
Both pitchers were on edga Sun
day and real base hits wee.te and
far between. Bllyea pitched the bed
game of the soiso.i but was handi
capped by Hamniack's faiu e t:
hold his speedy benders and shoots
Floyd had two hurt fingeis tiad tD
gether and in the saeond inning gn!
another bunged up so he did the best
he could under the circumstances
llilyeu, however, was sanding 'en
over in whirlwind style, slrikin;; out
10 men, the catcher muffing just half
of the third strikes. It was a muffad
third strike that lost the game. The
ENTERPRISE OPERA HOJS3.
SATURDAY NIGHT
JULY 4
The Strceter-Bryan Co.
IN
VAUDEVILLE AND
NEW MOVING
PICTURES
Best Ever Seen in Enterprise and
THE GREAT ONE-ACT PLAY,
"THE GIRL FROM THE WEST"
that fell four or five f.-et fo d but
was called fair and both Schi k3 and
Hug scored. Edgar .Iarin was ai
easy out, Clemens to Pace, and tie
side was retired with 2 runs credited
when none should have bean srorel
Enterprise ' made a game rally ii
its half of lira ninth. Savage react
ini? fcMcciid and coining hone on
Pact's fine two-bavger. Fleant
ended the agony with a little tap to
Hay es.
Thai was all the scoring, boh
sides being blanked until the eighth
inning. Splendid pitching and claver
fieltting prevented tallies, though En
terprise threatened in the third, whsr
three clean hits aid a stolen base
resulted in nothing because of alight
nii;g double play, Haye3 to Hug t:
Marvin. Hayes fielded his pos t! on
in fine style and Clemens and Pace
covered themselves with dust and
glory. Following is the score by Inn
lii,s:
12345678 9
Enterprise 00000000 11
Wallowa 0000 0002 02
Base hits, Enterprise 5, Wa'lo.va 4
Struck out, Hjy Mlye.i 10, by Haves
4. Stolen bases, Enterprise 4, Wa 1
Iowa 2. Two-base hits, Pare, Max
well. Base on balls, by Hayes 1.
1st base on error, Enterprise 5, Wal
lowa 1. Sacrifice hit, Edgar Marvin
Left on bases. Enterprise 8, Wallo.va
4. Passed balls, Hammack 2. Um
pire, Stewart.
Base Ball Notss.
There was a big crowd out, ahoit
the largest of the season, and only
two days', notice.
I Stewart did a fairly good job o'
New Specialties, singing and dancing umpiring, distributing I1I3 mistakes
1 on both sides. Hug's grounder past
SEATS NOW ON SALE' third base in the eighth wa3 foul by
inches and Maxwell's fly la k o'
tc.ird base was foul by several f e
but were called fair. Those were Cat
huts, that brought in Wallowa's t.vc
tallies, but Enterprise has hd ki k
comi'it. Schilke would ha e been 1 1
third out if Hammack had held fie
third .l''ike.
Cuailes Eilyea, pitcher and man
ager of the Enterprise t:am, hft
Mondny morning for Albany, ca lau
tV:re by the illness of his brotlie-.
He expects to return about the n:id
di.j of Die mouth.
M. It. Gilbert, who played , third
br.se kr Enterprise, le.'t Tuesday
meriting, for Pilot Rock to hoip in Uk
knrvot on his ranch. He will psol)
ably tcunn in a fe.v weeks.
Enterprise wi.l play Josoph on t'te
celebration grounds at the heal o
the lake Friday and Saturday. Wa!
Iowa and Joseph play Sunday.
it was a hard game to Ion. All
the baseball luck was a;ain,;t t:i
home team as a glance at t!ta sc. .re
shows. Enterprise male more his
fewer errors, stole more bases;! I
ye u struck out. 10 to Hayes 4, yd
Enterprise lout. It all goes to sho.v
the glorious uncertainly of the grau:
national game. There's nothing sure
in baseuall and no one knows it bet
ter than the players. ,
There's always something dolus
when these two teams meet. They
are well matched and Enterprise
would rather beat Wallowa than ge
the money while Wallowa re olca?
more over a win from Entarpris;
than a daddy over twins, yet the
personal relations between members
of the two teams is of the friandltet
nature.
New Sheep Firm.
Ross R. Falconer has bought a half
interest in Fred Falconer's holdings
and the big sheep business herato
fore conducted by the latter will be
owned and managed hereafter by
Falconer Brothers.
Bit By Rattlesnake.
C. N. Gay lord of The UtiiCes was
bit by a rattler Saturday and came
to town for treatment. Dangar of
serious results is past and ha left foi
home Thursday. ,
Laying Track . in Canyon.
The track has been laid over the
temporary bridge across the Grande
Roade at the mouth of tha Wa'lowa
and track laying is in progress up th
canyon, is the report.
Picture framing a specialty at Ash
ley's.
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THAT OWR BUSINESS 15
BOOMING, BECAUSE WE
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we. Boom our business
BY GWlblC OUR PATRONS
GOOD STUFF' FOR,THER MET
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LATEST ADDITION TO NEWS RECORD PLANT.
Vt vv ih-fk-
THE TWO-LETTER JUNIOR M ERC ENTHALER LINOTYPE
Recently installed in the Ne.vs Record office is the latest improved
linecasthig machine, being perfected by the Mergenthaler company and
put on the market only this spring. As the tianio ludica'.cs it casts a
t'uH line of type or slug. The o,ie ator sit ting at a keyboard, re.semb i.tg
the keyboard of a typewt iter, asseniies the nun t ires or letter mollis un
til a line is assembled, which is the u carried on wins to opposite the pit
filled with molten metal and there the slug is cast. The slug is trim
med and slides to a waiting gVl.ey while the matrices are carried on
around on the wires, distributing a ltomalicully and are re idy to lie
used again. The machine is a gro:t boon to the publisher and is at
economizer in both time and money. The .t.woletier part is that both
light and black face can be s -t utii it., duo change taking a se.oul's
lime. The black lines above and b 'low the cut of the machine wete cast
the operator gave a short turn ol a lever, and the machine bewail cast
ing the lines you are reading. Two si.js of . newspaper ty.Bjj'.aii bo 8, i
on the machine and in a few we ;ksa line book faro will be added, that
will enable us to turn out briei's, pamphlets, folders and books as hand
some! and as cheaply a3 bi.s city or.lces.
The power for the machine is furnished by an Olds gasoline etgina,
another recent addition to the News Record plant. This engine also
runs the large cylinder press th it was. added to the plant a few weeks
ao and lite Goi'don jobber. Ollie.- recent purchases are a Boston wire
st'ipler and a Ro.ssback perfovut r. These in addition to the original
plant, much new printing materia!, including latest styles in job type,
make the News Record office sevond to none in Eastern Oregon. Any
thing in the printing line can ba tii'-nad out. quickly, neatly and (haaply.
The people of the county are invita l to inspect the plant at any time.
SCHOOL DIRECTORS
ELECTED JUNE 15
NAMES OF OFFICERS INCLUDING
DISTRICT CLERKS EIGHTH
GRADE GRADUATES.
NEW OFFICERS NEXT WEEK.
The old county court is holding I ..h
final session this weak alo.Ung
bills and considering road p.;t tlns
The new court meeU ne::t Monlay.
Coiumissloner-elect W. G. Locke, h; in
town ready for the sossiut.
W. C. Uoatman will assume th:
duties of county clerk next .ion ..ay.
Edgar Marvin succeeds J. .l. B.a.vu
ly as sheriff, R. I. Long buo.no
county surveyor, W. T. Hell county
treasurer and W. C. KHcnum coro
ner. J. U. Olmsted succeo Is County
Judge Coikins and W. G. l.o. 'ue i o.n-mi-ssioner
Wilson.
W. C. Boatman lias appoin el Char
les Bilyeu as his first deputy, but
he will not assume his dulias for a
month, Mr. French remaining in tlr;
office to help clear up the business.
The many friends of ( hrlj.s C;oa
will be glad to learn he lias ac e; i.;d
the olter of Mr. Martin to ra. iui.it
in the sheriff's office.
Following Is the roll of officers of
the school districts of this county, as
far as reported to Superintendent
Items, July 1. The first n.ime of
he directors in enh district is tlu
director elected at the annual uiee -ing
on June 1.1:
Dlst. 1--N. II. I'iramlct!:. clo k; J.
W. Sloan, 15. 11. oiher, ' Henry
Schacfcr, direclois.
Itisi. 2 Amanda Chenowe h, cl:rk;
Sam Litclt, I. 1). P. rock. Win. .Me
Cormack. directors.
IMst. :!--S. if. Coiner, clerk; W.
II. Robbins, R. A. Shinn, Carl Whlt
.noie, directors.
Dist. 4 A. A. C.!er. dark; Thoi.
Wolfe, Henry Ftiltchlld, S. A. Tulley,
lirectors.
Dist. .1 Wes. Chambers, dark;
Sam Adams, C. 11. Meek, Charles Aic
Ialn, directors.
Dist. C Colon U. Ebethart. dark;
Jno. W. Hayes. F. F. McCully, W. L.
Mulkey, directors.
List. 8 W. C. Dorrance, clovk;
i. W. Warnock, Charles Young, Je so
Foster, directors.
List. !).!. W. Huffman, dark; M.
P. Islcy, T. E. AlickU berry, R. L.
Scott, directoi-s.
Dist. 10-11. S. Brown,
Woof Martin, C. J. eager
llolloway, directors.
List. 11 Garnet 15. I'enny
I. 1). Haiitillon, .1, M. Simmons, Mrs.
lack Johnson, directors.
Dist. B! - -Charles Down, clerk; T.
S. Sitn.s, (). ). Gondine, 15. Vaucll,
directors.
Dist. 1.1 -Wall u' Jew I',
riitrber. W. A. Jewell, It.
directors.
DiRt. ttt T. R. Ene;'!Mh,
-?.tlt);uar.in;- trr S: " itr,i
jileton, directors.
Dist. IS .1. J. Dmuherly, dark;
Ford niliman, Will TippeH, AV. 11.
Getcliel, dlteclors.
IMst. VJ Mitry A. Elmer, clerk; A.
E. Hartley, Win. Gibson, .1. J. Chap
man, (lirectors.
Di.st. 21 C. M. Lockwood. clerk;
E. J. Fotsyilie, Win. Makiu, M. A.
Holmes, directors.
Dist. 22 W. .1. ltinvs nt, clerk; A.
II. .Meyers, Paul Rudder. M. Ueeso.n,
cln-'.c;
W. B.
do k;
G
ilrt;
Sarga tin,
'lrk; O
ti'rl rt'.n-
to Wallowa couitlv in 18'JS. She was , directors.
JU-5T NOW WHEN 5UINE,5 IS RUSHING IT I.S BAR.ELY
PO-S-SIBLE THAT YOU MAY NOT GET THE GOOD QUALITY OF
GOOD-5 YOU DESIRE UNLE.5-5 Yol COME To THE ,5ToIlE THAT
CARR.IEJ NOTHING BUT GOOD GOOD.S. WE KNOW YOU ARE
GOING TO CELEBRATE BUT YOU ARE NOT GOING To VAJTE
ALL or YOUR MONEY on tirework-5, are you? why not
BUY GOOD THINGS To WEAR. FIREWORKS DON'T LA-ST LONG
BUT GARMENTS DO IF.YOU GET ThTEM AT THE RI'GHT PLACE.
IF YOU COME TO US WE WILL .SELL YOU THAT DRE.S.S, THE
NECKTIEJ, -SHIRT.5, UNDERWEAR, HO.SE, HoE HAT,
JHIRTWAITJ, RIBBONS, EMBROIDERIES, ETC., So REASON
ABLE THAT YOU CAN AFFORD To BUY FIREWORKS TOO. ,
RESPECTFULLY,
W.J. FUNK & CO.
COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES.
Getie W. Hall dosed a bii.h e f..
term -of school in the Ro ip district
Friday.
District 23 Is advertising for bl Is
for repair of school house.
M. H.Tucker is spending a wee.',
vacation in Enterprise. He lias an
other month of school at ( him,.
At the bond elaction he'd Saturday
In Enterprise district, the direvoiv
were authorized to hot row $1.1 0 t
pay for the Fay property and bui.d
an addition to the udiod ii tusa
Very light vote cast, WA for to 1
against.
the mother of 12 children, six ol
whom, Robert, Alfred and Charles or
Wailowa, Isaac, and Mrs. Carl Ke d
er of Enterprise, and Mrs. A. E
Itediiigl'ield of Joseph, and iter litis
band, John Flannery, are le t t';
mourn her death.
Waller S. llaggerl.y, staps in of II
IX Crumpuckcr, dle.l at their Tr.nit
1 1".'! homo Wednesday of con
st.i"plii!t i')-'ed 17 years and !)
mouths. The boy was afflicted with
the disease when ho came here will)
his mother a few months agu.
The One .Minnie Washer lit Ashley's.
A. R. Murrey, rhrk; C.
A. Reynolds, J. Ellis, dl-
Dist. 2
Ends, li.
rectors.
Dist. 2-1 Thomas Rich, clerk; Mrs.
Jennie Blevans, Win. Musty, Nicho
las Musty, direclois.
Dist. 2ii Anion Coperui'e, clo:k;
Hannah Coperude, N. P
Lassus, dlreelois.
Dist. 2711. A.
M. Hendricksoii, 1
Beach, directors.
Dist. 2!) Wm. Col
c s , M.
Burns, clerk;
W. Kiiliu, W.
G.
J.
clerk; G. M.
(Continued on Editorial Pa;e.)
Here Is a Snap
Seven-room new house,
well, cellar, wood and
chicken house, four lots,
close in, only
Union Dry as a Gone.
In a oOD'J word de liiut, Ju 'g
Crawford sealed the fite of sa o m :
in Union county, Monday, ami tlr
prohibition law went lntj ef.c-t Tuss
dy nlglu at 12 o'clock.
4h f7K:
shry'lrsiyprfj.i i Sa,ah E-
DEATH RECORD.
Mrs. John Flannery died at liar
home in Wallowa, Juna 21, in hi
C2d yeur. Her maiden na-na wa;
Baker. She was a n ttlve of
and with her family cunie
Wc will take $35000 cash, balance cn
your own terms.
DANIEL BOYD
!ccy. VVallova Law, Land 6c Abstract Co,

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