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City and County
Brief News Items
To the patrons of School District
No. 21, Enterprise, Wallowa County,
For the purpose of making a cor
rect enumeration of all the children
of school age In the above district,
you are hereby requested to make
out a list of all your children from
4 to 19 years old inclusive, giving
their full names and ages and names
of parents or guardians.
C. M. Loekwood, clerk of above
said district, will call at your resi
dence on November 25th (next Wed
nesday) for the list.
By order of the Board of Direc
tors. C. M. LOCKWOOD,
Clerk District No. 21.
Lisk ware at Keltner's.
Men can get their overcoats, suits
and underwear nicely mended by one
who understands the business. In
quire at the Woman's Exchange.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Brichoux of La
Grande arrived on the first train Sat
urday night for a week's visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Samms, and other relatives.
Frank Baudan, son of the planeer
flockmaster Peter Baudan of Prairie
Creek, arrived on Monday night's
train from an extended trip up into
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. McUeynolds
have moved to Enterprise from Elgin
and will make this their home. Their
many friends here are glad to wel
come them back.
The revival meatlngs at the M. E.
church conducted by Rev. W. L. Mc
Dlarmid have drawn large audiences
the past weak. The church was
crowded Sunday night when a spec
ial service was given. Talks were
iu;ido by J. A. Burleigh, F. A. Clark
hud I. L. Browning. The Enterprise
orchestra furnished fine music and
I;nv. Iile','.trmld sang a solo.
Of Your
We are. And we have a big
lot of them, too. All the good
kinds, alzes and prloea. Our
line of ladies', misses' and chil
dren's shoes la the very beat
In the market. There'a no
Trouble About the Fit
When you buy 8hoea from our
big stock.
The new gooda are atill arriv
ing at our atore Those
there hae been ao much In
quiry about, are here now.
Come In and aee them.
R. S. & Z. CO.
The Place Where Money
Talks Louder than Any
where Else in Wallowa
Harness and Saddles
Will mipply your needs In the leather Omuls line more cheaply and
give belUT witlnfaotlou than anv other dealer In Wallowa- county.
Let blm tit you out for the season's work. Repair work a specialty.
Never-Sllp Horseshoes at Keltner'H. j
Ruberold roofing, 1 ply and 2 ply,
for Si.:o by S. D. Keitner. !
J. A. Ward made a trip to Som
mervilie the first of the week.
Nice fresh cake made to order by
the members of the Woman's Ex
change. C. E. Vest hai soM to Ben Own
bey a lot on West Gresnwood street
for 150.
Mrs. It. F. SUbblefield returned
.lome Thursday from a visit In Ce
dar county, Mo.
Mrs. A. L. Jones left Tuesday
morning for Haod River or a visit
with her people.
Chickens roasted and meats cook
id to order. I'lum puddings, the
best ever, Just leave word at the
.V'oman's Exchange.
Mrs. D. PylRS, baby and little
joy of Ilo'id River arrived Friday
light for a visit with her mother,
.Irs. Hanson.
.Mr. and Mrs. L. F. McAnulty are
.mjoying a visit from his aged fath
er and mother, who arrived Wed
tesday from 01e:ins Ferry, Ida.
Orders taken at the Exchange for
jlaiu and fancy sewing, b.t. clothes
.nd fancy work for C'hristni.t. Place
.our orders early.
Mrs. Jane Fosarty filed on a home
stead just northeast of town, Thurs
lay. Mrs. Fogarty came to Enter
prise from Newport, Ore., the first
jI the week.
O. E. Harper of Pendleton, a stock
holder lu the Wallowa Valley Cream
company, was herd this we3k to at
end the annual meeting of the com
pany. We must have money.
Our obligations must be met.
Your account must be paid.
You may want credit again.
Fred Savage, bookkeeper for W. J.
Funk & Co., returned from Portland,
Wednesday, where he had been to
tee his father, whoje le.5 was frac
tured In three places by a horse
he was riding slipping and falling
m the limb.
G. E. May field of Elgin arrived on
Monday lilght's train for a visit with
his son, Mayor Byram Mayfield.
When Mr. Mayfield was in this valley
last, some 30 years ago, the settlers
were few, the towns none and the
Indians plenty.
J. -P. Sanders has returned to his
first love, the drayl.ig business. He
Is using an ordinary wagon for the
present but experts a fine, brand
spanker new dray of the late3t
tlroadway fashlDii in a few weeks.
Ills splondld team has a good famll
,ar look on the streets again.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Funk and baby
went to Hot Lake Wednesday for a
itay at the sanitarium in hopes that
'.he baths would benefit Mr. Funk's
aealth. He has bean suffering from
rheumatiim. County Commissioner
Sam Lllch, who accompanied his part
ner to Hot Lake, returned Friday
Mrs. Merman Sonne, nee Ethel Mc
Cully, le!t on Monday's train for her
home at Baker City, after a visit in
Joseph and here with relatives and
friends. She was accompanied by
Mrs, Tony Morgan, who ater a short
visit In Maker City with Mrs. Sonne,
will return to her home at Turlock,
Mr. and Mrs. Jaoob Wagner spent
Monday In Losllno. Mr. Wagner in
tended going on out to Elgin on bus
iness, but got left at Loatlne while
trying to find a conveyance for Mrs.
Wagner from the depot to town. No
harm dono for he got another trip
the next day, gjlug out to Elgin on
Tuesday's train.
F. S. I'.ramwell of & Grande, pres.
Mont of Union Stake, L. D. S., who
came in Satuiduy to conduct services
In tho opera house, was accompanied
by Mrs. Bramwell and their three
children. They were the guests of
their old friend, L. J. Jordan, and
family. F. C. Bramwell, register of
the U. S. land office, was also ac
companied by his wife and child.
All returned to La Grande Tuesday
The Electric theatre has two very
attractive progiams for this week.
Tho Mystery of a Diamond Necklace,
that wns a part of Friday ntRht's per
foriuaiu-e was pronounced to be one
of the finest films ever shown here,
and on Saturday night tho program
includes tho famous piece, "In the
Days of Louis XIV," that has won
great praiso in the papers of the
large cities. Shraner & McCully are
sparing no pains or expense in secur
lug tho best for their patrons.
All kinds of builders' hardware at
S. D. 'Keltner's.
Dance at the opera house Thanks
giving night. Music by the band.
Will Rankin has a large barn near
ly completed on his Alder View lots.
The E Z mattresj, silk floss, satis
faction guaranteed, $10. At Ashley's.
Ray Johnson of Imnaha was in
town Friday night on his way to Wal
W. R. Stump of Black Rock, Polk
county, Is visiting his son, Tom
Omer Stubblefljld and son Warren
made a trip on Tuesday's train to
D. W. Hunsaker, the Joseph mer
chant, was transacting business in
town Monday.
Roof Paint for your old roofs. It
stops the leaks. For sale at Kelt
ner's hardware store.
Mrs. Una Deiman rt-irned home
Wednesday to Elgin after a visit
with her brothe", D. C. Connor.
Mr. and Mis. L. H. McCubbin of
Lostine wdrs in Enterprise, Thurs
day, on a business trip.
20,000 pound car of up-to-date fur
niture received this week by Ashley.
Call and see the new and elegant
Marlon L. Harris has sold 80 acres.
of his Alder Sbpe farm to Fred
Shafer, from whom Mr. Harris
bought the quartsr ssctlon a few
months ago.
Fred Falconer ha3 bought the
Jacob Bauer home property, Just
west of the old court house, consist
ing of a residence, outbuildings and
a block of land.
J. S. Crockett and son, who re
cently moved here from Marshall,
Mo., have taken over the real e3tate
lepartment of the Wallowa Law,
Land & Abstract company.
Mrs. Leonard Johnson, accompan
ed by her sister, Miss Anna Max
.vell, arrived from Wallowa Friday
ivenlng on her way home to Imnaha.
vlr. Johnson met them here.
A sidewalk is being built on the
;ast side of Depot street to the
itation grounds. Residents of the
.vest end chlppel in liberally to ex
Lend the walk to the railroad.
Because we carried you over last
year Is no sign that we are prepared
o carry you over another year. We
must have money,- Your account
must be paid.
The Thanksgiving ball given by
;he band will be preceded by a con
cert from 8 till 9 o'clock, when the
hall opens with the grand march.
Tho balcony is reserved for spec
tators. Tho cpera house was crowded to
'he doors Friday night and every
jody seemed to enjoy the program
given by the Jubilee Singers. It was
ihe same troupe that was here last
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. McReynolds
were the guests of honor at a wel
coming surprise party at Mr. and
Mrs. Oren Wagner's, Saturday night.
A very pleasant evening was enjoyed.
Light refreshments were served.
Mrs. Kate Connor, who came from
iier home in Iowa last September to
tslt relatives at Elgin, came into
Enterprise on the first train and is
v guest of relatives, her niece, Mrs.
Lon Wagner, and nephew, T. C.
W. O. Bishop was In Enterprise
Friday night. Mr. Bishop returned
i few days ago from Nome, Alaska,
.vhcre he had been three years in
he meat business. He says No'
s on the down grade and m'gh'y
ear the bottom at that. It i i a
busted" mining camp. Mr. Bishop
s visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
3. A. Bishop, of Wallowa.
Six members of Eagle camp, M.
V, A., wont to Joseph Thursday
tight and visited Chief Joseph Camp.
The visiting neighbors were treated
oyally and participated in an oyster
(upper that will not soon be forgot
en. The wives and sweethearts of
he Joseph members were present,
md a delightful program of music
followed the supper and "talks on
he good of the order."
Emerson Reavls has a tenth birth
lay anniversary Friday and his Sun
lay school class of the Presbyterian
hurch were his guests to help him
properly celebrate the occasion. His
eacher. Mrs. A. C. Miller, and Mr.
.Illler were also guests and helped
partake of the delicious supper. The
ioys had lots of fun playing games,
me of which, put lug nuts in a can
balanced on your head, was espec
ially Jolly. Howard Lewis won first
prize, a French harp, and Gilbert
Steel the looby, a plow made of a
potato and toothpicks. In the even
ing the boys were given an advance
Christmas treat by Mrs. Miller, who
took the entire party to the Jubilee
Singers. The members of the class
are Emerson and Herbert Reavls,
Morris Knapp, Clifford Knodell, Ger
ald Graves, Howard Lewis, Clayton
Hendrickson, Gilbert and Robert
(Continued from editorial page.)
J. W. Macauley, Judge 3 00
C. J. Fleming, cbrk 3 00
W. A. MoDre, clerk 3 00
Lafayette Wllosn, clerk 3 00
do, returning box 10 00
Lost Prairie Precinct.
R. L. Cole, Judge 3 00
Oeo. Lightle, Judge 3 00
0. A. Shuman, judge 3 00
W. B. Hoiloway, clerk 3 00
Louis Frazior, clerk 3 00
rack Cole, clerk 3 00
R. L. Cole, returning box .... 10 00
Flora Precinct.
J. Q. Connally, judge 3 00
f. F. VanCamp, judge 3 00
1. S. Applegate, judge 3 00
i. W. Johnson, cl3rk 3 00
ieo. C. Clark, cljrk 3 00
.' S. Johnson, clerk 3 00
,V. C. Moore, marshal 2 00
I. S. Applegate, returning box 8 00
Paradise Precinct.
iamuel Stevens, judge 3 00
.Valter Applegat?, Judge 3 00
)scar Berland, judge 3 00
fova Straley, clerk 3 00
I. A. Burns, clerk 3 00
!. M. HendricksDn, clerk .. 3 00
. M. Hendrickson, returning
box 9 0C
Divide Precinct.
j3. A. Blevans, Judge 3 00
M. P. Isley, Judge 3 00
J. W. Baker, judge 3 00
J. B. Faulconer, clerk 3 00
R. L. Scott, clerk 3 00
J. W. Hufman, clerk 3 00
S. A. Blevans, returning box.. 4 00
Pittsburg Precinct.
Mike Thomason, judge 3 00
E. B. Wilson, judge 3 00
Ben Johnson, judge 3 00
G. B. Robertson, clerk 3 00
E. A. Mace, clerk 3 00
J. H. Chattin, cleik 3 00
G. B. Robertson, returning
box,.. 20 0C
S. R. Haworth, alvance pay
ment court house, 2 per
cent, and plans and speci
fications '. 1782 SO
Edgar Marvin, bdard of pris
oners 8 64
L. F. McAnulty, truant officer 2 00
VV. H. Decker, allowance, Sep-
tembar and October 20 00
L. P. Il03e, do do 24 00
Stella Doud, do do .... 24 00
Hattie Merrill, do do .. 21 00
Sam Litch, Comr. salary .... 81 00
W. G. Locke, Comr. salary .. 47 00
Jack Cole, one of the be3t known
farmers of Lost Prairie, and Miss
Myrtle Thomas of Flora, were mar
ried in the parlors of the Lewis Ho
tel in this city Tuesday afternoon of
last week, Rev. W. P. Samms officia
ting. Miss Mae Duncan and Mr. J. S.
Williams, two estimable young people
Df Joseph, will be married at the
home of . the brides' parents on
Thanksgiving aftarnoon, Rev. A. L.
Howarth officiating.
Taft's Plurality la 397.
Taft carried Wa'lowa county by
397 Instead of 407 as given in the
News Record of November 7. An
error of 10 In addition was discovered
after the paper went to pres3. Taft's
total vote was 909 instead of 919.
Sheriff Edgar Marvin and Deputy
Charle3 Crow are making a reputa
tion as collectors as well as sleuths.
In the past few weeks they have col
ljctel $743.16 of taxes delinquent
,;ri r to the 1907 roll, by sending out
i i iwritten letters. On November 9.
Jie a'.:j:'.:t male a turn-over of
$7641.37 to County Treasurer Bell.
Avaricious Father.
In the Days of Lo il XIV.
Bobbv and Hta Balloon.
Light House Keeper in a High Sea.
Shade of the Old Apple Tree.
Just Across the Bildge of Gold.
Admission 15 Cents
Men and Boys.
Men's Suits from $10.00 to $40.00.
Boys' 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.
Officers: J. G. Stevens, president; E. A. Holmes, vice president;
C. T. McDaniel, cashier; Margaret Boner, assistat cashier;
.Directors J. G. Stevenc, E. A. Holmes, C. T. McDaniel, 8. L. Ma
gill and Hector McDonald.
Other Stockholders: J. A. Jones, Union, Oregon; H. P. Stewart,
Portland, Oregon; J. L. Cole, president of First Eiank of Vale; El
mer A. Clark, cashier of the Caldwell Commercial Bank; Minnie G.
Stevens, Cove, Oregon; Therisa Mimnaugh, stockholder of the Nib-ley-Mimnaugh
Lumber Company, George W. Boner, Joseph, Oregon.
We solicit your banking business whether large or small and will
extend to you every courtesy consistent with sound banking. We
issue both foreign and domestic exchange. Five per cent Interest
paid on time deposits.
Revival services will begin at the
Presbyterian church December 6,
Uev. S. W. Seemann, D. D., of La
Grande, will assist. Dr. Seaman will
preach on Monday evening, Decem
ber 7, for the first time and be with
us for about ten days.
The Presbyterian Church: Sunday
school at 10 a. m J. S. Kay, super
intendent; preaching at 11, by the
minister, Rev. Selden C. Adams;
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
There will beno evening preaching
iervlce this week on account of the
gospel meetings being held In the
Methodist Episcopal church. Prayer
meeting every Wednesday evening.
Rev. Selden C. Adams will preach
in the Hurricane Creek school house
next Sunday afternoon Immediately
following Sunday school.
Have you tried those delicious pies
at the Woman's Exchange?
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon, for Wallowa County,
in the Matter of the Estate of Mary
J. Watson, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that, the un
dersigned administratrix of the above
entitled estate has filed her final ac
count of her administration of said
astate, and the County Court of said
county has fixed Monday, the 7th
day of December, 1908, at the hour
)f ten o'clock In the forenoon of
said day, at the court room In the
County Court House, In the City of
Enterprise, in said county and state,
as the time and place for hearing
objections to and settling said final
account. All persons Interested in
said estate are hereby notified to
present their objections to said final
account, if any they have, In writ
ing, at the time and place herein des
ignated. Dated this 2nd day of November,
Adnilnistrartix of the Estate of Mary
J. Watson, deceased.
BURLEIGH & BOYD, Attorneys for
Estate. 28t5
Bartlett, Nov. 14 And yet we're
having fine weather.
School is progrejisng nicely under
the direction of Mr. Johnsjn as
Henry Oleman U building an addi
tion to his house; also Grant Wall's.
Rirhard Pellissbr of Walla Walla
is here visiting with his brother
A number of our young people
went down to the hall at Troy to.
attend a dance last night.
Lon Silver Is clvlne his house a
coat of n&int. I
Mr. Gabriel Is on the sick list
this week. He Is suffering with
heart trouble.
Mr. and Mrs. Madison went to
Lewiston the other day to visit Mrs.
Madison's aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. Garlinghouse, and also to bring
home their son Robert who has been
there for the past few months.
Cupid has been rallsng caln in the
north end of the county. I think
he has thrown his dart and caught
two more couple3.
.U.U.r. 153.
. Of T. 84.
JUANITA TEMPLE, No. 1, Pythlaa
lYIAuUlllUNo. 30, Royal Arch Masons,
meets first and third Tuesdays of each
month In Masonic Halt All visiting
Royal Arch Masons welcomed.
J. B. OLMSTED, High PrleBt.
r. W. SHEAHAN, Secretary.
WALLOWA LODGE, No. 82, A. F. &
A. M., meets second and fourth Satur
days of each month In Masonlo Hall.
Visiting Masons welcomed
W. C. BOATMAN, Secretary.
SO, O. E. S. meets first and third Sat
urdays of each month. In Masonlo Hall
Visiting Stars are always welcomed.
DANIEL BOYD, Secretary.
Ill I EAGLE CAMP, No. 10497, M.
.H.A.W. A Meets first and third
Thursdays in each month, In new Fra
ternal halL Visiting Neighbors always
JAS. W. RODGERS, Consul.
T. M. DILL, Clerk.
ANEROID CAMP. No. 3642, R N. of A.
.U.ll. 535, W. Of W.
ALMOTA CIRCLE. No. 278. W. of W.
Glasses Fitted
by me are Guaranteed
To Perfectly
In Vision,
Money Back If Not Satisfied.
j 1st. Door South Fraternal Building,

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