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City and County
Brief News Items
yanUil.k Riven away at Ashley's
ITptodale fishing tackle ut Bur
naimh & .Muyfield's.
Merry Widow ice cream sadas at
Durnaugh & Mayfield's.
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Pishing tackle for sale at Harts All kinds or Dmmera ,mrua.
horn & Keltner's. Hartsiioni tc
A. Hart Is building a house on his Pennine Cream, the bent prepara-
homestead a few miles east of town, tlou for chapped hands and race, is
.-.m 1 ,,i 9. nlv. sold by Durnaugh & Mayfield.
for sale by Hartshorn & Keltner. Mrs. J. B. Soibert and daughter
1 Miss Kvervl l.aCerte, left Monday
Carload of barb wire and nails at j m(mil f;)r VormuA for a stay o.
Hartshorn & Keltner's. -. weuks
L. Couch, the Wallowa real estate (.oimly Commissioner W. G. Lock
dealer, was in the county seat Fri j Qf Lo,.t j.rai.ie (.ume to town Satur
day and Saturday. jay t0 e present ut the meeting ol
Dr. and Mrs. F. G. Hewett of Los
tine were guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. 1
T. Hockett, Sunday.
The best washing machine on
earth is the Flyer. For sale by
Hartshorn & Keltner.
D. P. Mahoney of Wallace, Ida.
and G. W. Franklin of Richland, la.
were looking over the valley this
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis re
turned Saturday night from their vis
it in the Yakima valley and at Ta
coma, Wash.
,0. A. Brauer of Fessenden, N. D.
was in the valley the past week
looking over the country with a view
to investment.
Farms and town property for sale
or rent. Will trade for good horses
Stock ranches and timber land cheap
General real estate business. T. M
Littleton, first door south of I. O. O
F, building, Enterprise, Oregon. 8tf
.Ray Ve3t was out from his Im
naha ranch last week, and reports
the cattle In prime condition for the
time of year. The cattlemen are
gathering their stock for the bee.
round-up next month. Mr. Vest lefl
for Snake river the first of thi
week to round-up they lot of cattle
he bought over there this spring. He
will have a splendid bunch of steers
and a nice lot of fat cows to sell this
J. H. O'Neill, traveling passengei
agent of the O. R. & N.,was In the
valley Friday and Saturday, booming i
the seashore excursion on Augusi I
21. A number of local people will
take advantage of the $10 round trip
rate to spend a week or so at North
Beach and In Portland. While here
Mr. O'Neill said a number of compll
mentary things about Enterprise's
hustle and general up-to-date appear
the county court.
Prof. Boycr, A. C. and Win. Mille
left Tuesday morning for a trip ui
Hurricane canyon, expecting to g'
as fur as Eagle Cap.
Cut out the W. J. Funk & Co., adv
for some boy or girl who is working
for the splendid p rlzes offered by
that firm.
The Epworth League will give an
entertainment, mainly of a muslca
nature, in the Methodist church Fri
day night, August 21.
Frank Savage of Portland arrive
Friday night for a visit wkh his iu
brother Pied, the popular bojkKeep
er at V. J. Funk & Co's.
Mr. and Mrs. Colonel Graves o;
Elk Creole were visitors in town
over Saturday and Sunday, guests o.
Councilman and Mrs. W. H. Graves.
It. h. Day and W. A. Moss and
families are in the Grande Ronde on
a visit and to attend the Barnum &
Bailey circus at La Grande Tuesday.
Miss Lulu Lorenz. Is again a guest
at the Stree'.er-Bryan camp. Mi3S
Lorenz has resigned from the Eas.
Oregonian staff and will take a long
vacation from reportorlal duties.
M. K. Boatman returned Monday
night from the Willamette valley,
where he had been for several weeks.
Mr. Boatman has Invested in 1C
acres of land a few miles southeast
of Portland and may move there
this fall.
The new Electric theatre has been
well patronized In spite of many
counter attractions. It gives the
best moving picture show ever in En
terprlso. Arrangements have been
made (with the electric light com
pany for "juice"' for shows during
the day on Friday and Saturday of
this week, as well as In the even
Porn, Tuesday morning, August 11,
to the wife of C. C. Boswell, a son.
weight 8 pounds.
Varnish, stains and brushes and
Lacqueret makes old furniture look
like new at Burnaugh & May field's
The Prebyterlan Ladies Aid society
met with Mrs. J. W. Blckford Sat
urday afternoon and outlined plans
for their booths at the carnival.
An experienced nurse offers her
services to the people of Enterprise
and vicinity. Address Mrs. Emllj
Splcer, Enterprise, Oregon, or leave
word at News Record office. . 6tf
Regular servlcei at the Presbyte
.ian church Sunday morning. In the
jvening there will be a sacred con
cert under the direction of Prof
Mrs. Stella Hanvllle, teacher In
.he Enterpries public schools, who
las been spending the summer on
aer claim on the Grande Ronde river,
is in the city tD take the examina
tions. Mr. and Mrs. Wirt. Miller of La
Grande are gueits of Mr. and Mrs
A. C. Miller, hwmg come in espec-
ially to wl ness the performance o.
.Vrs. F. B. Ketchum left Monday
or her home at North Yakima
Wash., after a visit of esveral weeks
at the home of her son, Dr. W. C
Chris Bauer returned Friday from
Pine Creek where he was helping
Charles G. Holmes build a new res
Idence, said to be one of the bes.
houses In all that section,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wagner have
moved Into the house at the head of
Main street, recently vacated by
G. Rennie and family, who have
moved into the rooms in the building
occupied by the Home bakery.
J. L. Browning will leave next
Monday to attend the annual con
ference of the M. E. church for this
district, which will convene at Weis
er, Ida., August 20. A new pastor
will probably be sent to this charge
as Rev. Potter Is going to retire
from active pastoral work for a time
and move onto his homestead claim
on the Grande Ronde river, a few
miles below the mouth of the Wal
For Sale Five room cottage. In
best residence section of Enterprise
New, well finished. Good . well, eel
lar and wood house. Thre.e blocks
south of public school. Easy terms
Enquire of M. F. Wheeler or W. E
Taggart. 14tf
New Furniture Ar
riving Constantly.
No Trouble To
Show Goods.
We are Showing a Comp'eje Line of Up-to-Date
Furniture at Guaranteed Prices.
Couches and Bed Lounges from $10.00 up. Ste l
constructed and of the best workmanship and pleasing
The famous B. M. O. E. Mattress which Wrs the
maker's guarantee as well as my own. '.
6, 7J and 12 ft. Linoleum of the best quality and
pleasing patterns. i
at prices that will
surprise you.
Yours for square
Fred S. Ashley,
Great Sale Extended
One Week Longer,
We desire to thank the people of Wallowa county for the
liberal patronage they have given us during our Special
Cash Sale, for the past ten days, and in order to give those
who have been too busy to take advantage of these wonder-,
ful bargains, we have decided to extend our cash sale for a
period of one week longer, so everyone can avail them
selves of those wonderful bargains we are offering for cash,
until Saturday, August 15th. Yours truly.
R. S. & Z. Company.
Such Price Cutting Never Before
Seen In This County.
with every $5.00 purchase a beautiful picture
frame, size 24x30 inches, absolutely FREE.
They come in three different colors, Gilt, Black
and Mahogany, a very beautiful irame for
an enlarged picture, so do not fail to take ad
vantage of this exceptional opportunity. Sale
positively closes Saturday at 10 p. m.
The R. S.&Z. Co.
All kinds of builders' hardware at
Hartshorn Keltner's.
Everything in the fishing rod line.
from 5 cents up to $9, at Burnaugh
& Mayfield's.
W H Rag3da'.e of Moro is here
on a visit with his brother, C. P
Ragsdale, and also to look over th
country with a view to investment.
S T Daggett of Alder Slope was
delivering a small lot of as nice
honey in Enterprise, Friday, as was
ever seen in this city, ana sureiy
disproved the old belief that bees
would not do well in this valley,
ery comb was filled and the ta3te
was equal to the appearance, whicl
Is saying a lot. Mr. Daggett secured
21 pounds of surplus honey made in
Aava Viv ft hivB of bees that
swarmed only 25 days before he took
the honey.
Morrie B. Streeter made a decided
hit In Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Wed
nesday evening of last week. The
sudden change from the respected
doctor of science to the hideous Mr
Hyde was wonderfully well done. The
fight for supremacy after the visi;
of Jekyll's sweetheart in the last ac
and his tragic death reached a tnriu
ing climax. Mr. Streeter is lithe and
agile as a cat and the contortions of
Mr. Hyde combined with his whlninf
and snarling, was enough to drive one
into hysterics, and worked the audi
ence up to a gratifying pitch. A re
laxatlon swept through the house
when Mr. Streater appeared before
the curtain to make the announce
ment of "Olivette." These announce
nients have become a pleasing feat
ure of the evening's program. In the
kindly personal tone that they ar
given with a hospitable invitation t(
visit the cosy home like camp of tho
company and a little sendoff for somt
pride of Enterprise such as her band
leave a good taste In everybody's
mouth even after such an outrageoui
play as Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
On next Saturday evening the com
pany will present "Dora Thome,
and the crowd at the carnival wil
be repaid in remaining to witness it.
A romance in real life reached t
happy ending at the home of Mr. an
Mrs. Geo. V, Hyatt of this city. Sat
urday afternoon, when Mr. E. R
Bowlby, a- well known and pro3
perous farmer and stockman, wa:
married to his former wife, Mrs.
Lulu Quinn Bowlby, after a sep
aratlon of 20 years. Mrs. Bowlby ar
rived from Missouri last week, thh
being, her first trip to Oregon, where
her hiwband has resided for 20 years
Old misunderstandings were quickl;
adjusted and the wedding followed.
Rev. S. C. Adams officiating In th'
presence of a number of buslnes
and personal friends of Mr. Bowlby
The reunited couple will reside o
his Swamp Creek ranch, and hav
the best -wishes of all for a lonj
life of happiness and success.
The teachers examinations opeae1
Wednesday morning with a large at
tendance. County Superinteaden
Conley, Professors Kerns and Suttoi
are conducting the examinations.
Miss Gussie Hutchinson of Joseph,
a graduate of WeUon Normal, hai
been engaged toM the vacaucy ti
the teaching corps ofthe Enterprise
schools. '
Last of Wool Shipped.
The Mlehellod & Robin wool cll
of 150,000 pounds, was sold and ship
ped from Elgin last week. This wai
the only large lot that was not a'
the warehouse In time to be sold at
the wool sale.
ULiUJ 11111 U
Men and Boys.
Men's Suits from $10.00 to $40.00.
Boy's Suits from $6.75 'to $15.00
500 Choice New Samples
To pick your made-to-measure suit from.
Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Now is the time to buy before the
line is broken.
The Streeter-Bryan Co.
Dora Thorne
Miss Bryan as Dora Thorne.
Mr. Streeter as Sam . Smart,
Village Poet, funniest part
played by Mr. Streeter.
Electric Theatre
Friday and Saturday,
Day and Night
All New Films.
Reserved seats at Burnaugh & May-field's.
Agricultural College
Corvallis, Oregon,
Offers collegiate courses In Agricul
cure. Including Agronomy, Horttcul
:ure. Animal Husbandry, Dairy Hub
mndry, etc.; Forestry; Domestic Scl
nice and Art; Civil, Electrical, Me
;hanlcal and Mining Engineering;
Commerce; Pharmacy.
Offers elementary courses in Agri
culture, Forestry, Domestic Science
md Art, Commerce, and Mechanic
Arts, including fore work, cabinet
naking, steam fitting, plumbing, ma
chine work, .etc.
Strong faculty, modern equipment;
'ree tuition; opens Sept. 25.
Illustrated catalogue with full in
'ortnation on application to the Reg
.Btrar, free. l5t4
Any person knowing of any viola
ion of the game Or fish laws of the
itate, or of persons not proper!
keeping screens over trrlgatloi
iitches, are requested to notify
Deputy State Game and Forestrj
Warden, Zumwalt, Oregon. 42tf
The Finest Picture Machine West
of Denver. Absolutely Fireproof.
' River Street,
, i Block South of Hotel.
Admission 15 Cents.
In Wallowa County
rj7r per
160 acres on
Alder Slope for

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