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City and County
Brief News Items
Fishing tackle for sale at Harts
horn & Keltner's.
Ruberold roofing, 1 ply and 2 ply,
for sale by Hartshorn & Keltner.
Carload of barb wire and nails at
Hartshorn & Keltner's.
Prof. W. H. Boyer left for his
home in Portland, Monday.
Miss Mary Zurcher will teach the
Cove school this coming year.
Linseed oil and lampblack for sheer
marking at Hartshorn & Keltner's.
Joe Sommers of Elgin was an En
terprise visitor the first of the week
Mr. and Mrs. Al Courtney of Los
tine were among the carnival Visi
tors. The best washing machine on
earth is the Flyer. For sale by
Hartshorn & Keltner.
G. C. Holding brought another load
of fine fruit to Enterprise Saturday
from his ranch near Troy.
Dermlne Cream, the best prepara
tion for chapped hands and face, is
sold by Burnaugh & Mayfleld.
The Union Missionary society will
meet at the home of Mrs. E. B
Wheat next Tuesday at 2:30 p. m.
Thomas Stump of The Buttes was
here Sunday on business and inci
dentally took In the sights of the car
nival. Mrs. J. B. Solbert and daughter
Miss Every 1 La Certe, returned Sat
urday night from a week's stay in
E. A. Holmes and family and
Charles McDaniels were among the
Wallowa people up to see the ball
game Sunday.
Mrs. A. E. Tulley and son Ken
neth drove up from Wallowa Satur
day to spend the day with friends
and attend the carvnlal.
L. W. Riley will have a building
now on his River street property
moved to a lot on Main street jusl
east of Qus Price's residence.
' Juy bobbin and family of Prairie
Creek returned Thursday from the
Grande Ronde, where Mrs. Dobbin
had been visiting for several weeks.
Miss Eula Forsythe won the elec
tion for queen of the carnival, re
ceiving 3042 of a total of 4958 votes
cast. "The Merry Widow" received
25 votes.
We have beon'reliably in
formed that the railroad will
reach Knterprise not later
thou Decemtar of the present
With the advent of the
road the necessity of carrying
a large purpJua in certain
lines of merchandise will
have been removed.
In anticipation of this we
have inaugurated a clearance
sale and have reduced prices
on every article in the store,
many of which we are selling
below actual cost.
In making this substantial
cat in prices we have a double
purpose in view, viz:
1st a reduction of a sur
plus in certain lines.
2nd to ret money to meet
our maturing obligations
which aie usually large at
this time of year with mer
chants doing a credit busi
ness. We will therefore continue
to sell
at the cut prices which we
have been selling unil such
a time when our stock shall
be fnfliciently reduced in
those lines in which a reduc
tion in demanded by chang
ing conditions.
You can save 25 per cent
by buying of us. Ask those
who have been taking ad
vantage of these iale8, or
what is better come to our
store, examine our goods, get
our prices and be convinced
R.S.&Z. CO.
Up-to-date fishing tackle at Bur
naugh & .Mayfield's.
Merry Widow ice cream sodas at
Burnaugh & Mayfield's.
All kinds of builders' hardware at
Hartshorn & Keltner's.
S. D. Haworth, the contractor, left
Sunday for his home at La Grande.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Couch of Wallowa
were In Enterprise especially to vis
it the carnival Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oren Wagner will
leave next Monday for Coquille, Ore.
where they expect to make theli
Cut out the W. J. Funk & Co., adv
for some boy or girl who is working
for the splendid p rlzes offered b)
that firm.
Mrs. Aaron Wade and daughters
Fay and Annis will leave in a few
weeks for Corvallis where the girl!
will attend the O. A. C.
Leo Forsythe will leave next Mon
day for Washington, D. C, where he
will attend an electrical eaglneerini
school for the coming year.
Mrs. Alfred Gardner, nee Mabe
KIrkland, of Walla Walla is here or
a visit. .Mr. Gardner is telegrapl
editor on the Wa'.la Wa'.la Union.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Davldhlse
were here from Prairie Crejk to at
tend the carnival. Mr. Davidhizer l
one of the leading dairymen of tht
New sidewalks are being put in on
the west side of River street from
the flume south that will add great
ly to the appearance of that hand
some residence street.
C. E. Lewis is having his house
corner of North and West Firs
streets, raised, and it will also be
rebuilt and enlarged, as Mr. and Mrs
Lewis will open a first-class room
lng house.
Mrs. Stella Hanville and her fath
er, George Post, of the Grande Ronde
river, have rentod the Murray cot
tage on Depot street In Alder View
addition and will occupy It this com
lng fall and winter.
County Assessor-elect B. F. Mil
ler, while in Enterprise last week
bought three acres of ground facing
Residence street of Al Reynolds. Mr
Miller will erect a handsome modern
dwelling on his property.
The Baptist church of Enterprise
has preaching services second and
fourth Sundays in each month in
the Christian church. Subject foi
Sunday, August 23d, "Speaking Truth
in Love." Rev. E. Owen, pastor.
C. E. Pratt of Prairie Creek, Miss
Meta Wheat, Ml Joyce Craig, Mrs
Helena Zurcher, Mayor Bryam May
field, Arthur Pace, M. H. Tucker
and Walker Franklin will go on the
O. R & N. North Beach excursion
La Grande Star: R. L. Day, broth
er of L. C. and F. A. Day, Is over
from Enterprise on a visit and wll
remain the balance of the week. He
Is on a business deal which roaj
bring him back as a resident of La
Grande once more.
La Grande Observer: Mrs. Edltl
Jennings and two daughters, of Jo
seph, Wallowa county, were in the
city yesterday to visit friends anc
see the circus. The little folks wll
go on to Hood River where they wll.
visit their grandmother.
Miss Mae Eowlby returned last
week from Seattle where a brlet
stay convinced her it was not near
ly so good a town as Enterprise
Miss Bowlby will make her home
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E
R. Bowlby, east of this city.
Rev. F. O. Po'ter preached an in
terestlng sermon Sunday morning
his farewell one as pastor of the En
terprise M. E. church. The other
churches held no morning servicer
so that their members could attend
the Methodist. Rev. Potter and J. L
Browning of this city, and Rev. Ho
warth of Jose.rh left Monday for
Welser, Ida., to attend the annual
Prof. Hover, A. C. and Wm. Miller
returned Thursday from their trli
to Eagle Cap, enthusiastic about the
wonderful scenery. They aseendei
to the summit of Eagle Cap. Prof
Boyer says the grandest sight of tht
trip, however, and the finest thing
he ever saw is Marble Mountain, the
splendid pile of pure white marble
that Is destined some day to tank
with the great scenic wonders of the
A paokeJ house enjoyed Dors
Thome, played by the Slreeter-Bryan
company Saturday night. Miss Dry
an who has won her way Into the
hearts of the Kntsrprlse people, was
sweet and attractive as Dara Thome
Morrle B. Stricter as the village
poet kept the house In an uproar of
laughter with a humorous way of say
lng ridiculous things. The entire
company are deserving of praise, ea
peclally after a hard week's work In
helping to make the carnival the sue
cess it was. The last play to be pre
sented here by this popular company
This summer will be given next Sat
urday night, saving for the last one
of Its most entertaining plays, which
you know Is saying good deal. Sat
urday night's play Is "Eagles Nest."
All kinds of builders' hardware at
Hartshorn Keltner's.
Screen doors and wire screens for
sale at Hartshorn & Keltner's.
Varnish, stains and brushes and
Lacqueret makes old furniture look
like new at Burnaugh & Mayfield's
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
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Baudan were
in Enterprise, Monday, trading anc
on other business. Mrs. Baudan
has about recovered from her serious
La Grande Observer: Miss Mag
gie Coleman went to Enterprise Wed
nesday to visit with Miss Bernlct
Ellsworth, formerly of this city.
Hon. D. W. Sheahan went to Lt
Grande Tuesday on legal business.
He will probably go on to Portiant
and to the coast before returnlni
La Grande Observer: Miss Amj
Olmsted, accompanied by her broth
ers Earl and Aaron, who have beer
In the cl.y the guests of Colonel am
Vlrs. jf, S. Ivanhoe, returned Wednes
.ay morning to their home at Enter
prise, The young people are daugh
ter and sons of County Judge Olm
sted of Wallowa county.
Mrs. Henry Fletcher received tht
sad news Saturday that her sister
Mrs. Ella Randall of Clem, Ore., hat
died that morning following an oper
atlon in a Portland hospital. The
body was taken to the old home near
Bethel for burial, but Mrs. Fletcher
was not well enough to make the
long journey to attend the funeral.
Mrs. Randall was a younger sister oi
Mrs. Fletcher and visited here in En
terprise three years ago. Besides
her husband she leaves one child, a
boy about four years of age.
The Pre Jbj terlan church wa
crowded Sunday evening to hear the
sacred concert given under the dl
rectlon of Prof. W. H. Boyer. The
singing was exceptionally good.beau
tlful solos being rendered by Mist
Edna Browning and Ira Pratt. Mrs
E. B. Wheat sympathetically sang
the solo part of an anthem, as did
also Mr. Boyer. Several old-time
hymns were sung In which the con
gregation Joined. Preceding the reus
leal program Rev. S. C. Adams gave
a short but highly entertaining ad
dress on music and Rev. F. G
Potter led In prayer.
Proceedings of
County Court
Monday, August 10, 1908.
In matter of plans and speclflca
tlons of a county courthouse: '
Plans and specifications consider
ed and continued.
Tuesday, August 11.
Same business.
Wednesday, August 12.
Same business.
In matter of allowing claims against
the county:
Claims audited and allowed.
Thursday, August 13.
In matter of Investigating contagl
ous diseases:
The court, acting as the county
health board, orders that Dr. An
derson investigate the M. P
Thompson's, Mrs. Musty's, Frank
Shevlln's, Tom Rich, Jr's., Mr
Vaughan's families for contagious
diseases. Also to Investigate anc'
find out all other persons whe
have been exposed and put all per
sons exposed under quarantine.
. Claims Allowed.
General Fund.
J. C. Re&vts, court bailiff.. 12 0C
Ella Daley, court reporter.... 20 00
J. B. Olmsted, salary, county
Judge 66 6(
Edgar Marvin, salary sheriff 166 66
W. C. Boatman, salary clerk.. 125 00
S. F. Pace, salary assessor.. 100 00
J.' W. Kerns, salary supt 83 33
W. T. Bell, salary treasurer 60 0(
Ella Daley, salary dep. clerk. 75 00
C. E. Crow, salary dep. sheriff 75 00
E. J. Forsythe, electric lights 18 00
L. A. Bedingfleld, constable
fees 2 90
do, do 2 80
John R. Cline. fixing Jail.... 8 25
Glass & Prudhomme Co, type
writer ribbons 8 27
do, supplies 18 60
Guy Fleenor, witness fees'.... .2 20
Irvln Hodson Co., warrant
books '. 40 00
Arthur M. Pace, work on
assessment rolls 62 50
J. H. Thompson, salary, Secy.
board of health 13 85
Frank Melotte, opinion on court
house plans .. 5 Ot
J. S. Havtland, expenses Kin.
ney case '. ...... 20 Ot
High School Fund. .
Fred S. Ashloy, furniture and
freight 266 70
S. R. Haworth, work on high
school 958 90
W. T. Belt, freight S7 40
Road Fund.
Tom Stump, O. K. gulch.. 200 00
T, F. and Duane Lathrope, pay
for and repairing Troy
bridge .... 250 00
Court House Notes
Earl Stean and James Miller o'.
the Chesnlmnus were given a hear
ing before Justice A C. .Smith, Mon
day, on the charge of larceny, and
were allowed to go free by the court
as the evidence did not connect them
with the offense charged. John Gra
ham was the complaining witness
and the boys were charged with tak
ing a horse belonging ..to Graham
which was found off its range and
cut by wire so badly that it died.
Several witnesses said they had
seen the boys driving the horse In
company with others. The accused
stated they were trying to drive the
horse back to the range, having been
requested to do so by Jess Graham
D. W. Sheahan was attorney for the
accused, and Deputy District Attor
ney Rusk conducted the prosecution.
Henry Marcelus Thomas of Wal
Iowa, a native of England but a res
ident of the United States since 1884
has made application for final citi
zenship papers.
Court Orders.
I. H. Robinson vs. Frank Steven
son. Defendant's motion to strike
parts of plaintiff's reply, overruled.
J. N. McCaw vs. Julius A. Baiter
et al. Plaintiff given 30 days In
which to reply.
New Suits Filed.
J. Haas vs. Jame3 M. Stubblefield
Suit on account for $102.50, alleget
to be due for hay sold defendant.
J. Haas vs. Patrick Loftus. Suit
on note for $589.40 and interest a
10 per cent from Oct. 31, 1902. Bur
lelgh & Boyd are the attorneys foi
the plaintiff in each of the. above
. John E. Patterson, by hla attorney
D. W. Sheahan, has brought But
against Elsenbeis & Co. et al for the
principal sum of $269.22, with Inter
est from July 10, 1907, said principal
sum being the amount alleged to be
due for cutting and hauling saw logs
by plaintiff for defendants.
August 5 Grace Schulze vs. Max
Schulze. Divorce.
M. Crow & Co. vs Charles Crum
packer. Attachment.
Thursday Morning, August 27.
- Address Prof. J. M. Powers.
Course of Study Supt. J. H. Ac
kerman. Geography Miss Cornelia Marvin.
Thursday Afternoon.
Talk Supt. Ackerman.
Geography Miss Marvin.
Teachers' Reports Supt. Ackermar
Thursday Evening.
Music Orchestra.
Solo Miss Browning.
Address Supt. J. H. Ackerman.
Solo M lss Jennie Berland.
Music Orchestra.
Friday- Morning.
History J. M. Powers.
School Library Miss Marvin,
Music. ' v
Primary Arithmetic J. M. Powers.
Friday Afternoon.
Public Schools and Public Morals
Rev. S. C. Adams.
Reading, Intermediate Grades J
M. Powers.
School Law J. W. Kerns.
School Library Miss Marvin.
Agriculture A. G. Smith.
Friday Evening.
Music Orchestra.
Instrumental solo Miss Maggie
Address Some Modern Tendenclet
In Education Prof. J. M. Powers.
Solo Mrs. J. W. Kerns.
Music Orchestra.
Saturday Morning.
The Recitation J. M. Powers.
Thoroughness H. H. Bronson.
Arithmetic J. M. Powers.
8aturday Afternoon.,
The Teacher Who Succeeds J
M. Powers.
Day sessions will be held In the
high school at 8 a. m. and .1:30 p
m, the evening sessions In the Meth
odist church at 8 o'clock. Every
body cordially Invited to attend.
J. C. CONLEY, Superintendent.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hover of Hov
er, Wash., were In Enterprise Fri
day night and on Saturday went
up to the lake for a few hours sight
seeing. They were traveling In an
automobile and are starting on
a Journey .that will last for years.
They are on their way to New York
and will take their time, visiting all
points ot Interest on the way .
From New York, they sail for
Northern Africa and will visit the
winter resorts from Morrocco to
Egypt. They will then cross the
Mediterranean and tour Europe for
three years.
Mr. Hover is a wealthy capitalist
and owner of the townslte of Hover.
wnter clothing
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
line is
C. H. Zurcher
Joseph h Elgin Stage Co.,
Tariff and Rate Sheet of Fares from Enterprise:
Effective en and after September 1. 1907.
' One Way . Round Trip
xunierpriEe o josepn
" Lostme
" Wallowa
" Canyon House
Baggage allowance 40 pounds
rates same as old tariff.
Makes connection's with ntmrHH
- -- -- - o . . . ' i "in i ii,, urminin,
Inurxilaysnixl baturdays. For Flora, Paradise and A no tone, Wash., ou
iuonuays, weunesaays ana t riuays. carries U.S. Mall and Express.
fniinentil with Rtsmxt at TClttamvlad tnr Tmnoha in n.iiln J...
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privileges given on round trip rates.
In Wallowa County
160 acres on
Alder Slope for
$15 CASH $15
To the three Pupils of Wal
lowa County Schools who
bring the largest number of
their Buster Brown Ads cut
form the. News ' Record to
W. J. FUNK & CO.'S
store by November 1, 1908.
Cut out the ada each week
and have all your friends savj
ana for you. They are foun
only in the News Record.
Summer Luncheon Dishes.
"A hearty luncheon salad may be
made of peas and hard-boiled eggs,"
writes Fannie Merrltt Farmer in Wo
man's Home Companion for August
"Cold boiled peas unseasoned or can
ned peas may be uesd. If canned
Peas are used see to it that they are
thoroughly rinsed with cold' water
and allowed to become reoxygenated
Marinate peas with a French salad
dressing, cover, and let . stand in a
cold place one hour, and then mound
on a salad dish. Arrange alternately
around the base of the mound halves
of hard boiled eggs cut lengthwise
and crisp lettuce leaves. Garnish
with mayonnaise stressing.
'Dried chipped beef is an excellent
substitute for fresh meat when made
Into heibleln dried beef: Finely choi
cold boiled potatoes; there should be
two cupfuls. Add three-fourths of s
.cupful of dried chipped beef cut Intc
small pieces and three canned plmen
toes finely cut. Season with pepper
and add more salt unnecessary. Cut
fat salt pork In small cubes, and try
out, then drain; there should be one
third of t cupful of fat.- Put the fat
Into a frying pan, add the potato mix
ture and stir until thoroughly mixed
to buy before the
T . if 1 25
100 1.75
for each full paid fare. Excess baggage
at. VValtr.um far Primly T.,o,i...,
w iiuuiuM icguini unto, oiuuuvcr
E. W. RUMBLE, Mgr.
Electric Theatre
Open Wednesday and Thurs
day Nights
All New Films.
The Finest Picture Machine West
of Denver. Absolutely Fireproof.
River Street,
I Block South ot Hotel.
Admission 15 Cents.
The Stater-Bryan Co.
Eagles Nest
A Story of tha 8ierraa.
SEY, a funny lawyer.
The cast has been greatly strength
ened and every effort will be made
to make this, tha last appearance of
the company her this season, the
best and most enjoyable one of all.
Don't fail to see EAGLE'S NEST.
with the fat Cook slowly until all
Is thoroughly heated and . browned
underneath. Fold and turn on a- hot
platter the same as an omelet or
hashed browned potatoes. Garnish
with parsley, and serve very hot,"

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