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A large shipment of Go-Carts and Baby Buggies from $2.50 up. I can show you the largest assortment tnat ever came to the county. Those that fold and open with one motion can be folded smaller than a suit case, and also have the cases to carry them in. In fact a complete line. Give me a call. FRED S. ASHLEY, oernS.r,se' The Home Furnisher. mm List of New Books In School Library The public school has a fine lot of new books, purchased mostly with the pro ceeds of the splendid school entertain ment given this spring.. From an ex tensive list Prof. Sutton has made a selection to meet the requirements and taste of every pupil. The new addi tions are: Picture Books, Nursery Rhymes, Etc Banta The Browny Primer I Brooke The Golden Oooso Fox The Indian Primer. Hix Once Upon a Time Stories. O'Shea Six Nursery Classics. Potter The Tale ot Peter Rabbit Burgess Hoops. Burgess More Goops. Corbett The Overall Boys. Warren September to June Wltl Nature. Wlltse Folk Lore Stories. For the Story Hour. Bailey For the Children's Hour. Salisbury Index to Short Sto.les Conduct of Life. Smiles Selfhelp. Strong Talks to Boys and Girls Bible Stories. Baldwin Old Stories of the East Guerber The Story of the Chose! People. Greek and Roman Myths. Carpenter Hellenic Tales. Harding Stories of Greek Gods. Government Army and Navy. Austin Uncle Sam's Secrets. Austin Uncle Sam's Soldiers. Fairy Tales. Harris Uncle Remus, His Songf etc. Smythe Raynard, the Fox. Stafford Animal Fables. Willlston Japanese . Fairy Tale Retold. Legends. Baldwin Wonder Book of Horses Kirk With Spurs of Gold. Mabie Legends that Every Child. Scudder Book of Legends. Nature and Science. Allen Flashlights on Nature. Andrews Stoiiej Mother Nat art Told. Hodge Nature Study and Life. Holden Real Things in Nature. Ingersoll Book of the Ocean. THE WALLOWA GOUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Will open for the year, September 7, 908. Instruction will be given in the Classical, Scientific, English and Commercial courses inv accordance with the Teachers' Manual and Course of Study which will be mailed upon application. The Manual should be in the hands of all who contemplate attending the High School this year, as it contains "Requirements for Admission,'' "Advance Standings," "Requirements for Gradua tion," "Special Students," "Length of School year," "Class P.ecordp," "Expense," and other facts of vital importance to the person entering. The citizens of Enterprise will spare no effort to provids board and rooms at reasonable rates for those who make their wants known at an early date. For further information, address, J. W, KERNS, Principal, Enterprise, Oregon. R. I. LONG CIVIL ENGINEERING and GENERAL LAND SURVEYING Hydraulic and Irrigation Engineer ENTERPRISE, OREGON. "Careful Banking Insures the Safety of Deposits." Depositors Have That Guarantee at WALLOWA NATIONAL BANK OF ENTERPRISE. OREGON CAPITAL $oO.COO SURPLUS 45.0O0 We Do a General Banking Business. Exchange Bought and Sold on All Principal Cities. Geo. W. Hyatt, President W. R. Holme, Cashier Geo. 8. Craig. Vice President Frank A. Iteavis, Awtt. Canbier Geo. S. Craiu G. Penxell Miller The Brook Book. Slrong Autumn. airoafe Winter. Strong Spring. Strong Summer. t-nysical Geography, etc. ' Greene Coal and the coal mines. Prehistoric Times. liayliss Loluiui. bayliss Lolaml Irk Tusayan. Dopp The Early Cave Men. Loup The Later Cave Men. Lopp The Tree Dwellers. Ewaid Two Legs. Mclntyre The Cave Boy. Waterloo The Story of Ab. Wiley & Edick The Children oi the Cliff. Wiley & Edick Lodrix. Botany. Jlorley Little Wanderers. .Morley Seed Babies. Stokes Ten Common Trees. Zoology. Beard Curious Homes, etc. Burrows Squirrels and Other Fu Bearers. Finley American Birds. Finley Birds Every Child, etc. Ingersoll Wild Neighbors. Stories of Animal Life. Roberts Haunter of the Pint Gloom. Roberts King of the Mamozekel Roberts Lord of the Air. Roberts Watchers of the Cam pf lrc Seton Biography of a Grizzly. Seton Lobo, Rag and Vixen. Seton Krag, and Johnny Bear, etc. Inventions. Lane Triumph of Science, v . Classics. Cooper The Deer Slayer. Cooper The Last of the Mohicans Stevenson Treasure Island. Stories. Alcott Jack and Jill (Illustrated Alcott Little Men (Illustrated). Alcott Little Women Clllustratd) Barbour Captain of the Crew. Barbour The Crimson Sweater. Fame? For Kin g or Country. Barnes Yankee snips and Yanke Sailors. Baylor Juan and Juanita. Bennett Barnaby Lee. Boyeson Boyhood In Norway. Brady Reuben James. Brown Her Sixteneth Year. Canavan Ben Comee. Davis Kent Hampden. Heland Katrina. Deland Oakleigh. Lix A Little Captive Lad. Dix Merry Lips. Dix Soldier Rigdale. DIRECTORS Geo. V. Hyatt Mattie A. Holmes W. R. Holmes Drummond Monkey That Wouli Not Kill. Eggleston Big Drother. Eggleston Captain Sam. Eggleston Signal Hoys. Eggleston Southern Soldiers. (Joss Jack Alden. (Joss Jed. tioss Tom Clifton. Greene Pickett's Cap. Crinncll Jack Among the Indians. Grinnell Jack in the Rockies. Grinnell Jack, thn yoang Cano: Man. Grinnell Jack, the Ranch-man. Harris Story of Aaron. Ingersoll The Ice Queen. Inman The Ran die on the Oxhld Jackson Nelly's Silver Mine. I'aler Mr. Stubjj's Brother. Kaler Toby Tyler. Munroe Flamingo Feather. Munroe Fur .Seal's Tooth. Munroe Snow-shoes and Sledges. Seawell Midshipman Spauldlng. Spyri Honi. Spoddard Red Mustang. Spoddard The Talking Leaves. Palmer Strange Stories, etc. Sewell, etc Strange Stories of th'. Revolution. Henderson Strange Stories c 1812. Henderson Strange Stories of th Civil War. Thompson Gold Seeking on th D Trail. Thompson Green Mountain Boys. Tomlinson Marching Against thi Iroquois. Tomlinson Three Colonial Boys. Tomlinson Three Young Contineu tals. Tomlinson Two Young Patriots. Vaile Sue Orcutt. White The Magic Forest. Wiggin Polly Oliver's Problem. Zollinger Maggie McLanehan.. Zollinger The "Widow O'Calla ghan's Boys. Geography, etc. Bullen Cruise of the Cachalot. Carroll Around the World. Carroll Around the World (PrI mary.) Carroll Home Geography Fifth Grade. Chance Little Folks, etc. Carpenter Foods. Explorations. Stockton Buccaneers and Pirates. Geography. DuChalllu Land of tro Long Night George-i-Little Journeys. George Little Journeys to France and Switzerland. George Little Journeys to Ger many. George Little Journeys to Russia George Little Journeys to Hollanc Randall Little Journeys to Nor way and Sweden. Whltcomb Little Journeys to Italy Whltcomb and George Little Jour neys to Scotland and Ireland. Headland Our Little Chinese Cou sins. Lee "When I Was a Boy in China Wade Our Little Japanese Cousins W. and Smith South Africa To:la George Little Journey to Cuba. George LiUleJourney to Mexico. Lummls Some Strange Corners. Krout Alice's Visit to H. I. Peary The Snow Baby. Peary Snowland Folk. Schwatka Children of the Cold. Biography. Abbott Daniel Boone. Abbott Kit Carson. Lang Captain Cook. Abbott David Crocket. Custer The Boy General. Seawell Decatur and Somers. Elton Story of Sir Francis Drake Tappan In the Days Qf Queen Elizabeth. Barnes Midshipman Farragut. Lang Story of Gen. Gordon. Brooks True Story of U. S. Grant Brooks True Story of Lafayette. Sellar Story of Nelson. Kelly Story of Sir W. Raleigh. Tappan In the Days of Queen Victoria. Adventure. Sea Stories. Stories of Strange Sights. Stories of the Great Lukes. Frontier Stories. History. Frothingham Sea Fighters, Drak to Farragut. Harding City of the Seven Hills. Harding StonK of the Middle Ages Indian LU and History. Grinnell Story of the Indian. Husted Stories of Indian Chiefs. Husted Stories of Indian Children Jenks Childhood of Ji-shib, etc. Judd Wigwam Stories. St. Nicholas Indian Stories Re told. Starr American Indians. American History. Hart Source book of A. History. Mc.Murry Pioneers of the Mlssiss IppI Valley. The Pacific Northwest. Balch Bridge of the Gods. Banks Live Boys in Oregon. Chandler Bird-woman of Lewis t Clerk Exp. Dye-rMcLoughlin and Old Oregon. Irving Fur Traders of the Co lumbia. Johnson Short Historv of Oregon Waggoner Stories of Old Oregon. G. M. & 3. Co. Moved. The work of renovating and repair ing the store building of the G. M. & 8. Co. hag been completed and the company has finished the work ol moving the stock from the temporary quarters in the Hallgarth building Aside from many Interior Improve ments, consisting of additional shell room and floor space the company has added some fine new show cases and store fixtures and now have one of the best arranged and neatsst stores in Eastern Oregon. Elgin Re corder. Real Estate Transfers Week Ending July 11, 190S Prepared By Wallowa Law, Land & Abstract Co. C. M. Lockwood to Ben Weathers w half blk 3 Bank add to Enterprise. $900. S. L. Burnaugh Jr., to L. J. Davis lot 10, Burnaugh's add to Enterprise 1250. I. C. Smith to Emma Smith, lots 1 and 4, blk 33, Gardner's add to En terprlse. $1. Delbert Homan to August PricO) half int In lots 5 and 6, blk 7, town, of Enterprise. $500. Wm. W. McKenzle to N. D. Cro futt, blk 9, Residence add Wallowa f 1500. William Russell, Sr., to Laura Vic tor, se ne and ne se sec 21 and sw nw sec 22, t 2 n.r 41. $1000. Carl Whitmore to N. J. Slnnott e al (R. of' W. D.) a strip of land C( feet wide in se sec 24, t 2 s, r 41 $1. Carl Whitmore to N. J. Sinnolt e al, ne nw and nw ne sec 25 and at sw and sw se sec 24, t 2 s, r 41 J8000. Fred C. Shafer to M. L. Harris, sc nw, e half sw and nw sw sec 15 t 2 8, r 44, except one acre in nw sw. $7500. F. W. Hickox to Frank E. Hart, e half nw and w half ne sec 27, tin, r 44 e. $10. Susanna Fouch to Crossett Timbe' Co., se nw sec 21, t 3 n, r 41. $1. U. S. R. R. to Otto S. Olson, e half ne; nw ne sec 6, t 2 n, sw sec 32, t 3 n, r 44. Otto S. Olson to Thos. J. Cooper, e half ne; nw ne sec 5, t 2 n, and sw se sec 32 t 3 n r 44 e. $1000. Katharine Bermann to The Geo Palmer Lumber Co., s half se sec 13, n half ne and se ne sec 24, t 2 n, r. 41, and lots 2 and 3 and se nw and ne sw sec 19, t 2 n r 42. $1. State of Oregon to J.E. Wallace nw nw, sw sw or lot One, se nw ami ne sw sec 3G, t 3 n, r 41. $200.57. U. S. It. It. to Mary L. Stokis, ne nw sec 17, t 2 n, r 43. U. S. Patent to John M. Herman Jr., w half se and s half sw sec 9 t 2 n, r 44. U. S. Pat. to John E Wallace, w half ne and n half se sec 20, tin r 41 . Ruberold roofing, 1 ply and 2 ply, for sale by Hartshorn & Keltner. HAS DONE MUCH GOOD. From the Prescott (la.) Argus. We received last Thursday a copv of a small book advertising the conn ty of Wallowa, Oregon. It was mall ed to us from the postofflce of Enter prise, Oregon, and so we suppose It was sent by S. T. Daggett, whom we will thank until we learn differently It Is a very well gotten up adver tisement and will certainly do the county much good. We do not ne? why a county like Adams could not be much benefitted by a publication of matter of this kind. We believe It would be money well spent foi the county supervisors to have print ed such an advertisement at the county's expense and then see to V that it is circulated where It will do the most good. There Is no reaion why all this good advertising shoulJ be done by the far western town? and draw settlers through the he.ft country the sun shines on. Teddy Will Get $2 Per Word. A New York publishing firm has contracted to pay Preslde.it Roorie velt $2 a word for his account of his hunting trip In Africa, that he Is tr. take next year. The president will receive a lump sum of between $00, 000 and $75,000 for the Herial privi leges, and also a high royalty on the book when the magazine articles are published In that form. In all It Ik the highest sumevr given an au thor for a work of similar length. Everything in the fishing rod line from 5 cents up to $9, at Burnaugh & Mayfield'g. NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT. No. ice Is hereby given, that the tin dcrsigi, d administratrix of the ei t.lo of Elmer V. Moore, deceased has filed In the County Court of Wal lowa county, Oregon, her final a. count as administratrix of said estate and that the Court has fixed Monday August 17th, 1908, at the hour of ten o'clock In the forenoon, at tin County Court room In the County Court House at Enterprise,, Wallowa County, . Oregon, as the time am place for hearing any objections tha! may be made to said final account and for the settlement therof. Dated this 15th day of July, 1908. 1215 E. MOORE, Administratrix. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the matter ot the Estate o' Martha J. 1'rown, deceased. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointee Administrator of the Estate ot Mar tha J. Brown, deceased, by ' the County C ourt of the State of Oregon, for Wallowa County, and has quali fied as such administrator. All par ties having claims against said e3tate are hereby notified to present the same, duly verified as required bj law, within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, which date of first publication is Thursday, July 2d, 1908. J. A. BURLEIGH. Administrator of the Estate of Mar tha J. Brown, deceased. 10t5 Sheriff's Sale of Real Property. By virtue of an execution, Judg ment order, decree and order of sale duly Issued out of and under the sea! of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Wallowa County, to me duly directed and delivered, dateJ June 26, 1908, In a cause therein ponding wherein Mary Wright Is plaintiff and William Wright and Ettie Wright are defendants, upon a judgment duly rendered and entered In said courts and cause on the 23rd day of June, 1908, In favor of said plaintiff and against said defendants and each of them for the sum of $.'!02.95, with Interest thereon untl paid, with the further sum of $50.00 attorney's fee, with like Interest thereon until paid, and the further sum of $12.00 costs and disburse ments, commanding me to make sale of the following described real prop erty, to-wit: Lots Thirteen (13) and Fourteen (I I) In Block G in Lostine, Wallowa County, State of Oregon. Now, therefore, by virtue and au thority of said execution, Judgment order, decree and order of sale and it compliance with the commands of said writ, I will on Friday, the 7th day of August, 1908, at the hour of 1C o'clock In the forenoon of said day, at the front door of the County Court House, in the city of Enterprise, in said county and State, sell at public Harness and Saddles L BERLAND, THEs5ggEIS,sAftND Will supply your needs In the Leather (loud Hue more cliraply nnd give lielti-r witinfMctlon than any other denier in Wallowa county. Let him lit you out for the hcusoii'h work. Kcpalr work u specialty. MAIN STREET. MAIL AND PASSENGER . STAGE LINE Wallowa. Appleton. Flora lo Paradise, MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS; and From Paradise, Flora anil Appleton lo Wallowa, TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS. Good accommodations, courteous treatment and reasonable rates. Leaves Wallowa al 0 a. in. E. W. SOUTHWICK, Proprietor. Red Front Livery and Feed Stable First Class Accommodations Best of Hay and Grain ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF HOTEL ENTERPRISE! auction, subject to redemption, to the highest bidder, for cash In hand, all of the right, title, interest, and equity which said defendants or either of them had In and to s;iid described real property or any part, thereof on the date of the mortgage herein, or have since acquired, in and t-.i said described mortgaged premises or any part thereof, and any and all persons claiming or to claim by, through or under said defendants or either of ihem, to satisfy said judgment order, lecree and order of sale, with Inter ast. attorney's fee, costs and all ac cruing costs. Dated this 2Gth day of June. 1908. 10t6 J. M. BLAKELY, Sheriff of Wallowa Co.inty, Orego.i. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Wallowa County. 'n the matter of the estate of S. G. Wood, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un lersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as administrator of the 38tate of S. G. Wood, doco isad, by the County Court of the state of Oregon, Jor Wallowa County, and all pat sons having claims against g'.ild estate are hereby required to present the Bame is required by law ,to the under signed at the office of Burleigh & Boyd, Enterprise Oregon, within six months from the date of tho publica tion of this notice. Dated this 2nd day of July, 19J8. 10t5 J. A. WOOD, Administrator of tho estate of S. O. Wood, deceased. FOR SALE. On account of timber being cut out, we have for sale, one No. 3 Russell saw mill complete with gang edger, capacity 30,000 feet per clay. One No. 2 Russell mill, complete with gang edger, capacity 30,000 feet per day. One portable mill, capacity 15.00C feet per clay. Those mills are al complete with saws, bolting, etc., all having run this season, and they are for sale on reasonable terms. Goodnough More. & Stock Co., 12t8 Elgin, Oregon $15 CASH $15 To the three Pupils of Wal lowa County Schools wlio li'inp; the larpest ntiniher of their IiiiHler P.rown Ads cut form the Nnvs Ri-:roui to W. J. FUNK & CO.'S store liy November 1, 1908. Cut out the inl a encli week a nil have all jour fiiencls hhvo nds for you. They are found only in the Nkws Uhcohij. ENTERPRISE, OREGON BOSWELL & SON PROPRIETORS.