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Wallowa County Official
Paper. Enterprise City
Official Paper.
Wallowa County Rich
In tlic 5 Greatest Sources
of Wealth.
VOL. 2, NO 13.
Notices' In thin ralnmn o-o ....... .
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cent a word one Insertion, or 3 cents
a word 4 Insertions. Minimum charge
15 cents. Cash with order.
Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon, Thursday, July 23, 1908.
g od as new. Enquire of A. F. Poley,
Enterprise, or W. E. Eise nbeia, Lostine.
MILL SLABS, stove length, nn
Alder Slope. Inquire of (). J. Roe.
Former T. R. A kins farm. Homo
pi'ono. 8tf
CATTLE, 100 head, from yearling
up to 6-year-old cows with calves,
and including 1- and 2-year-old steers
and a few 3-year-old stesrs. J, H.
Whitmore, Enterprise. Ranch 10
miles north of Enterprise. 12tf
?10 REWARD for ladies' astride
saddle, gray horsehide with si'.vei
horn, also bridle, with rings on sUe
and bit tied on with strings. Taken
from my barn on Swamp Creek
about June 30. Notify J. P. Averlll,
Enterprise. lltt
County Court Takes First Step Toward
New Building Architect Hired to
Draw Plans.
1 0 0 F enterprisb lodgi3. N
. of r 94.
. Pythiat
IVIHuUillllKo. 30, Royal Arch Mason;',
meets first and third Tuesdays of each
month In Masonic Hall. All vlsitint
Royal Arch Masons welcomed.
J. B. OLMSTED, Hleh Priest.
D. W. SHEAHAN, Secretary.
A. M., meets second and fourth Satur
days of each month in Masonic Hall.
Visiting Masons welcomed
W. C. BOATMAN, Secretary. .
BO, O. E. S. meets first and third Sat
urdays of each month, In Masonic Hall
Visiting Stars are always welcomed.
DANIEL BOYD, Secretary.
EAGLE CAMP, No. 10497, M.
Thursdays In each month. In new Fra
ternal halL Visiting Neighbors alwayt
welcome. J. G. RENNIE, Consul.
T. M. DILL, Clerk.
ANEROID CAMP, No. 3542, R,N. of A.
ALMOTA CIRCLE, No. 278, W. of W.
.U. II. 635, W. of W.
At a meeting of the county court
Monday it was decided to advertise at
once for bids on the construction of the
fouiiilntinn of the court house, and
Robert Miller was engaged as architect
of the proposed structure.
Mr. Miller is a brother of A. C. Miller
nf this city, and arrived in Enterprise
from La Graude lust week. He has
made outlines that have pleased the
court, and Monday was given the job of
drawing the complete plans, and of
superintending the erection of the
building. Ho is to receive 5 pur cent
of the contract price.
Mr. Miller is to Lave the plans and i
specifications of the foundation com-!
pleted by August 10 and after August
12 biddeis may see same at t;.e clerk's
ollice. Rids are to be in by September
1 and on September 3 the bids will be
opened by the court and contract
awarded for the foundation.
This will give the successful bidder
plenty of time to complete the work
before winter.
Bids for the superstructure will be
advertised for in the autumn, and thd
contract awarded at the January
Court House Notes.
Letters of administration have been
filed on t state of A. G. Miller, deceased,
and order made appointing O. W. Kin
ney administrator.
Sheriff Ec'far Marvin arrived home
from Walla Walla Thursday nighi
with Dan Cl.ult in custody.
Guy Fleener completed his jail sen
tence Friday and paid his fine for
giving r.way liquor at the celebration
at ihe head of the lake. The same
day he was arraigned before Justice
A. 0. Smith for his assault on Mrs
John Johnson. Owing to the Illness
of Mrs. Johnson the charge was
made simple assault, to which Flee
ner pleaded guilty and the judgs
assessed him the limit, $50 fine ant
costs, and committed him to the cus
tody of the sheriff until the amoun.
is paid.
out the
Flcener Is
fine at the
in jail serving
rate of $2 pei
New Suits Filed.
Bell, petitioner and plaintiff
Reavis, defendant. Man-
W. T
vs. Frank A,
dam us.
John W. Rankin vs. S. L. Buraaugh
Jr., et al. Foreclosure.
Circuit Court Next Week.
Judge Knnwles has notified the at
torneys of this comity that lie will be
here next week and hold court for the
transaction of all business not requiring
a jury. J Here nre a number of equity
cases, demurrers and motions to I dis
posed of.
Burglar Enters
Berland's Store
Coming Attractions at Enterprise Opera
House. Miss Browning Sings st
Gladstone Park.
Pome thief entered tbo harness shop
of L. Borland Wednesday night and
helped himself to a few dollors in
change that was in the cash drawer
and a $3.00 whip. Thursday morning
when Mr. Borland went to work he
found the lights on and remembered
having turned them of I. The back
door though closed was unlocked and
a pane of glass whs out of the buck
window. The safe had not been tam
pered with. If there is any thing else
missing Mr. Berland has not discover
ed it.
Bids will t e received at the Septem
ber term of the County Court for the
excavation of the basement and the
construction of the basement walls
of the new county court house to be
erected in the city of Enterprise.
Plans and specifications may be seen
at the office of the County Judge of
Wallowa county, on and after Wednes
day, August 12th. The right is re
served to reject any and all bids.
J. B. Olmsted, County Judge.
Splendid Hay Crops. :
This is going to be a hay year in
Wallowa valley. The timothy and
clover crops are immense, especially in
Middlo valley. Jt is one vast hay field
from Lostine north. The grain ciops
bolh above and below Lostine are Also
good, probably better than in the'un-
per valley. The main reason is the
water was put on earlier down the val
ley bo when the hot weather camu the
grain did not Are as it did up here.
faff! 1 ' " "";;X '"r :-'r , ' '
- 1V' t
that our Summer sale is
Vnot one of those Fake 5ALF 5
DoinIC Business
bubbles bur.jt and "reduction salvs" that are not
genuine reduction -salens don't last lon3. if you
have noticed our front door you have .seen many
people going aw ay with big fat bundled under their
arm-5. this mean j that they find things in our -store
they would rather have than their money, and it
mean j that tho.se who come to our .store find that
we back up with our good-s what we jay on paper.
this 5 what we are doing with our .shirt waists:
The 3.25 Waists cut to. . . 2.45
The 65c Waists cut to 55c
The 11.25 Waists cut to 95c
The 1.65 Waists cut to $1 25
The 1 75 Waist cut to .. 1.30
The 1.85 Waists cut to 1 40
The 2.00 Waists cut to 1.50
The 2.25 Waists cut to 1.60
The 2.50 Waists cut to 1 85
The 2.75 Waists cut to 2.10
The 3.00 Waists cut to. 2.25
The 3.50 Waists cut to 2.00
The 3.75 Waists cut lo 2.80
The 3.85 Waists cut to 2.J10
The 4.00 Waists cut to 3 00
The 4.25 Waists cut to 3.15
The 4 50 Waist cut to 335
The 4 75 Waists cut to. 350
The 7.00 Waists cut to 6.25
W. J. FUNK & CO.
A treat to the people of Enterprise
and vicinity is promised Saturday
night, at the Enterprise opera house,
when the Streeter-Bryan Company pre
sents Hall Caine's great dramatized
story, "The Christian." All who have
read this absorbing story will tind the
characters in reul lifo doubly Interesting,
tlioso who have not are anticipating a
decided pleasure. This company played
a twenty weeks' stand at the West End
Theatre, New York, afterward follow
ing Viola Allen with unbounded suc
cess in a tour of the principal cities of
the United States. Nothing of the
kind lias ever been given in Enter
prise lefore. The company have their
own scenery especially fcr use in this
play. Among Miss Brjan's beautiful
costumes are two Worth gowns. In
cluded in the many press notices of the
Streeter-Bryan scrap-book are flattering
write-ups from their production of the
Olivette, the opera eelocted by Prof.
Boyer for presentation at Enterprise
this year, is one of the greatest musi
cal and comedy successes ever known,
either in this country or in Europe. It
will be more appreciated and will be a
greater success than was "The Pirates
of Penzance" last year, for the reason
that whereas the "Pirates" was a sat
ire on conditions existing in Etifcluid
twenty-five years ago, its hun ov, there
fore, appearing somewhat obscure to
many, "Olivette" is a straight comedy.
The cast this season promises to Le
much stronger than was that of last
season, Prof. Boyer, himself, singing
the leading tenor role, Mr. Pratt the
leading baritone role, while Mr. Street
er will furnish the comedy stunts among
the men. The company is fortunate
enough to have secured as leading so
prano, Miss Edna Browning, who is
fresh from her recent triumphs at the
Gladstone Park Chatauqua, near Port
land. It is doubly fortunate in havkg
secured for the soubrette part of
"Olivette," Miss Blanche Bryan, whose
acting with the Streeter-Bryan Com
pany has been so much enjoyed.
Altogether the prospects are for a
rendition of the opera which will bu u
mi morable one.
Rehearsels are go'ng on steadily with
a large attendance, and it is thought
that everything will be ready for the
production of the opera on Friday and
Saturday, August 7th and 8th.
Bliss Brownies ig Chautauqua Star.
Eroni Portland Evening Telegram,
Oregon City, July 13. The Chautauqua
program on Saturday evening w as under
the direction of Dr. It. A. Heritage, mil-
ioal director of the assembly. It con
sisted of special solos and selections by
the Willamette Girls, a quartet from
Salem; the Beethovt'n Trio and the
Chautauqua, Chorus. Every number
was encored. The Willamette Girls
Quartet is one of the most satisfactory
musical attractions on the platform
this year. It is composed cf Edna
Earl Browning, Ruth Field, Bessie Cor
nelius and Elinor Colony. Among the
soloists there is no one that gives more
pleasure than Miss Etna E. Browniiij,
who was the star of Saturday evening's
entertainment. .
Alder Slope Farmer
Who Raises Evervlhinir.
Diversified farming, with an Alder
Slope farm as a basis, is well illustrated
by S. T. Daggett on his ranch at the
base of the mountains, five miles south
west of Enterprise. Whether it be
grain ( r vegetables, hay or fruit, milk
or honey, poik cr poultry, scenery or
climate, that ranch can supply your
need or fancy, and that too, with only
a small corner of the 1W acres under
cultivation. Mr. Daggett camu from
Iowa and bought the piace a year ago
last spring. Today he has the nucleus
of a splendid farm, with everything that
should be on a farm. To begin w ith he
has timber in abundance and a fine
spring. The fields of timothy, clover
and grain are a sight to behold. The
thrifty young orchard of apple, pearaud
plum trees is burdened with tlio prom
iso of a splendid harvest. How after
row of raspberries and oth r small
fruit surround the fine garden, in
w hich every vegetable known grows to
perfection, including sweet corn, celery,
vegetable oysters, cauliflower, beans and
tbe famed Daggett peas, that he has
cultivated in Illinois, Iowa and Oregon
for 34 years. Fine milk cows mid Du
roc Jersey plf add to the farm income,
and last but by no means least are the
bees. Mr. Daggett, although a new
comer, is known all over the valley be
cause of his bees. Aud they are doing
splendidly. Swarm after swarm have
been hived tills summer until the line
of stands extend clear along the or
cluud fence. The bees find plenty of
honey and he anticipates a large sur
plus this full. Already orders are
booked for mauv swarms but be will
have none to sell until next year. A
visit to the Daggett farm would be a
revelation to a one-crop farmer.
J. C. Shackelford lett Thursday morn
ing for Museo, Idaho, with a car load of
Brave Woman In
Runaway Accident
T. O. Barnwell, wife and three chil
dren and Bert Whittoniore, all of ha
Grande, were the participants in an ex
citing runaway here Monday evening.
They had gotten the team at Elgin and
were driving in for a visit with Mrs.
Barnwell's brother, Lon Davis. The
team became frightened and started to
run on Trout Creek hill, going south
through town on Riyer street. After
the two men and one of the children
hud been thrown out Mrs. Barnwell to
save the little children who were with
her from a worse fate, threw them out
and then jumped herself. The band
boys were practicing at the rink and
they were taken in there. Dr. C. T.
Ilockett was summoned and dressed
their wounds. Their injuries are not
severe, though Mrs. Barnwell has a deep
cut on her head and was badly bruised,
evidently having been dragged some
little distance, her clothing being torn
to shreds. One of the boys especially
was cut about the face. The team was
captured near the Murry place on Al
der Slope and brought to tbe Shackle
Tord stable Tuesday afternoon. Mr.
Barnwell desires to thank the people
of the city for the kindness shown
Cheering Words by Engineer Brandon
Will Reach Minan River la
Ten Days.
Special Meeting City Council.
City council met in social session
on Tuesday evening. The following
members and officers were preseut:
Mayor Byram Mayfield; councilman
W. H. Graves, S. E. CombeK, J. W.
Bickford, City Recorder W. E. Taggart.
Minutes of previous meeting read and
approved. Bills of Ben Weathers for
Si! for bridge timber, aud J. C. Shackel
ford $:;20. cow board and hire, read
and allowed;
The resignation of J. C. Reavis to
take effect July 7, 1908, was read and
accepted. B. B. Boyd was unanimous
ly elected to the city council to fill the
vacaucy caused by Mr. Reavis' resigna
tion. The matter of bridging Wallowa
river on Residence street was ditussod.
Motion that nuiyor appoint a. committee
of three to look after the streets, side
and cross walks with power to employ
men to repair and build, carried, and
W. II. Graves, chairman, S. E Combes
and J. W. Bickford were named as such
committee. Motion carried that ser
vices of marshal bo dispensed with after
July 23. Adjourned,
J. E. llarman and Mrs. Maggie
Stump of C'ldco were married by Rev.
W. P. Siinms ut his home at 0:30
Thursday evening. A charivari party
followed tlio ceremony.
:in Mir. ule Washer at Ashley's, j
"The track will be laid as far as the
bridge in ten days." said Enuinetr
'Brandon at Enterprise, Monday, "and
will be at the town of Wallowa within
six weeks."
Mr. Brandon who has charge of the
construction of tlio Elgin-Joseph
branch, was in the city the first of the
week looking after tlio progress of the
grading and other matters pertaining
to the road, lie said the work by Con
tractor Battel son is proceeding rapidly
and satisfactorily.
Mr. Brandon reported the track laid
as far as Howard creek, three miles
from the mouth of the Wallowa. The
Howard creek bridge was finished Mou
day night, and tracklaying resumed
Tuesday morning. Only a small
bridge at the hatchery interferes with a
cleur w ay for the tracklayers as far as
the Minani, which will be reached by
August 30. Temporory piling across
the Wallowa at the bridge will delay on
a few days and then tracklaying will
continue up tbo canyon.
An average of 3000 feet of track per
day is now being laid, but as soon as
they are out of the canyon and the
tracklaying machine can bo used, a
mile a day will be 1 nt down. At pres
eut there are 'S0 men at work in tlio
canyon and about 50 on the grades in
the valley.
There will lie no delays in the work
says Mr. Braudon. All material is not
only assembled in 1 ho big yards estab
lished on tlio Anthony fur in at the
n.outh o' the Wallowa, but the material
is shaped ready for use. The railj are
bent to fit tlio curves aud a yard gang
of 40 men load ami unload the cars and
fit the material for use. It is one of
the most complete railroad construction
yards and camps over established in
the West and is an indication of the
thoroughness with which Mr. Brandon
lias prepared for this work. Three en
gines are in use at the yards and on
the completed track. Water is eveu
piped into the workmen's cars, giving
thorn the convenience of shower baths.
Mr. Brandon is living on the firing
line, so to speak, having his private
car at the front.
When the track is laid as fur as
Wallowa, about September 1, new
yuids will bo established there as the
base of operations for the valley, up
which construction work will proceed
with all speed as it is. the purpose of
the company that regular service shall
bo instituted tl.is fall. Tlio yards at
Wallowa will not of course lie of the
same magnitude us the one inw at
Anthony, us the work in tiie valley is
so much less tluiii that up tho canyon.
The concrete pier- of the big bridge
across Hie Graiidu Itondeam now being
put in.
Dan Clark Released 011 Bond.
Dun Clark, sou of (). K, Clark of Par
adiso, who hid been confined in the
county jail for the past week, under
chargo of assault with a diingercus
weapon, was released Wednesday. His
bail was fixed at t-l(JIK), to iusuro his
appearance for trial at tho November
term of court.
Now isjour time to buy and build. You can rent
20 houses by September 1st when school luii s.
Watch : Enterprise : Grow
Buying Lots in Alder View
The Prettiest Iteeidenre Property in tho County.
We have acre tracU close in, 1350.
Secy. Wallowa Law, Land & Abstract Co.

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