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' o :z :jmu ENTERPRISE OPERA HOUSE Satur in Ethel 'tocli lay hveninj JULY 24 C : 3 s In the Three-Act Farce Comedy, I "LEND ME YOUR WIFE" M. K. Bue is clerking for W. J. Funk Co. Albert Wurzweiler was down from Joseph, Thursday. Japalac, varnish stains. Unseed oil at Burnaugh & Mayfleld's. J. S. Pratt of the Iinnaha was in town Tuesday. Sewing Machines for rent, by the week or month, at the Second Hand Store. We are the sellers of the E. How ard watches, the best on the market. Call for them at Martin Larsen's. Dewy Wood left for Corvallls Wed nesday where he will attend school this coming year. J. B. Seibert of the New Era Real Estate company went out to La Grande Friday on land business. The Characters in the play Capt. Abncr Tarbox Tom Bunting Dick Easily Funnibone Harry - The Baby Mr. Stirrup Kitty Tarbox Lotta Stokes BESSIE BUNTING The Players Harrington Dupuy Louis Koch 3 Arthur Moody Lynton Athev Mornay Athey By Himself Harley Horner of Turlock, Cal, 13 here on a visit. MUsb Zelma Ogbojrn of the Slope went down to Loatlae Friday. G. C. Bolding o: Troy brought a load of fine pota'.oas to town Thurs day. The dKeher is now digging the ireniu for the water mains down Main street. Jack John3on, the well known Imnaha horseimn, was In Iowa Thursday. Mrs.-O. Fine and baby went out to Elgin, Friday, to vls'.t her relatives, the Moods worths. County Clerk and Mrs. W. C. Boatman are spending the week at the I!eli ranch near Chico. If your sewing machine needs re- Miss Ruth Brown Miss Marjorie Mandeville J ETHEL TUCKER ; If t 11 11 (I ,1 UnnJ O ( Itl'O Mrs Etta Johnsion returned from j pairing, can at uie Mm.m "uu .v,. Huntington, Wednesday, and Is at j We guarantee to make them run. the home of her parents, Mr. and j The Women's Union Missionary Mrs. H. W. Beeche-,. of Alder Slope, j society will meet at the home of Mrs. If you want excellent home grown Amey Tuesday, July 27. at 2:3Tp. m. strawberries call up O. J. Roe, Moun-! Go and order a suit at Andrews tain View Fr ik Farm. Home Phone, and Berry's tailor shop and leave Cherries ani raspberries will be ready your money at home. Andrews and Ha-ry Corldns we.it to Logins Berry, located at Enterprise, Wheat V. elnesday to work at his trade, building. barber, for George Wlllett a few C. G. Mack, the new principal of days, tht- public schools, came in Thurs- Mr and Mrs C E. Funk and son day to look up a house before mov- Oilbe'rt leave Koniay for a trip to ins? here. Mr. Mack wai married in r.he Seattle fair and other coast June last and Mrs. Mack is now at Joseph. This i3 the sscond calamity that has taken place recently in the Line barger home. About sixteen months ago Harold Linebarger, a young man of some twenty-fo.ir years, was oat on the mountain Bide near his home in Ladd Canyon. In some way he lost hi3 footing and fell over a clirf. Not being able to ga'n a holding, he went crashing down the mountain jide. landing finally a broken, bleed ing form in which but little life was left. He diel soon after. The Linebarger family owns a sum mer resort in Ladd Canyon. There is much sympathy felt for them In this their second great bereavement CROPS AND CATTLE LOOK . FINE ON THE CHESNIM citlei. Ho.i.1 River. Opening Overture Z ACT I Borrowing a Wif- ani Nuning the Baby ; ; Between Acts I and II 2 Mandeville and Athey ACT II Who's the Parson? "Eh, What Is It?' Between Acts II and III Overture Mr. Brown and M Garcia 3r ACT III-"76 Dollars and 41 Cents." STAY FOR THE DANCE We Invite You -t t I 4 ' 4 i ft ft ft 9 ft Deputy Assessor Thos. Rich, back from the Chesnimnii3 country, praises the splendid crops up there and Is especially enthusiastic over the fine gardens along the streams. He says Calvin Smith on Joseph creek has as good a garden with as wide va riety of vegetables, a3 anyone can raise anywhere. Mr. Rich says fie cattle seem to be at least 30 days ahead of last year at this time, and are as fat and sleek as prime beevej ready for market. LOTS OF WORK IN RECORDER'S OFFICE Wallowa Monday Night La Belle Marie s .f S Kay and family, and their Mrs. J. B. Seibert and daughter. guesM ' the Moore of Caldwell, are Everyl La Certe, returned from a -nWiL ., ntinr this week in the visit at Lostine Wednesday. Mrs. Chesnlmnus. Seibeit's uncle and aunt, Mr. and . . . pa s nwrr nr I'n noun r,o;iiiiv. la.. Alias Ethel Ashley returned to ner ' . . . win l.ivf for thplr homt in a few a , Ttn home ys arter a long trip In the North after a visit of 10 days at the homo ' , of her brother, Fred Ashley. i ' C. O. McReynolds, head carpenter, WEDDING BELLS. on the court house construction, ran I a nail Wo his foot Wednesday and ; C o-ke t-Hairir; had to be taken to hla home in a j nn,ft. nnstol. of the Christian hack. I church, Rev. Wal'-er S. Crockatt, T. A. Ratcliff returned to hds wag married Tue3iay noon, July 20, home at Salem, Wednesday. While to Ml3g May Hairis, at the home of here he re located aid filed dn a tne bride's parents in Olympla Wash., mining c'.alm oat on Davis creek, 18 Rev 0ric ot tne oiympia Christian mlle3 north of thi3 city. church perforrri.ig the ceremony. Miss Jessie Imbler of Corvallls re- Rev. Crockett and bride arrived hare turned home Welnesday after a Thursday and were met at the train visit, of a few weeks here with hor by a number of friends who had brother Lester, at Litch's on Alder heard of the event. They have gone Slope and in Joseph. to housekeeping in the new parsin- Mrs Anna Hunt and daughter age, and have the heartiest congratu- Elva of Pocatello returned home lations and beat wi :h?s of all. Wednesday after an enjoyable visit at the homes of Sam "h of Aider P a..a w3.ey they are concernsd nothing has been Mrs. J. L. Roe ana ciwuren Cha.iged In regard to the county Farmington, Wash., arrived weanes- fa,r The pro,.0,Uon ,9 up t0 Jo. day to see her ratner, . uie Bep))i and ,f the citizens there wlih Luke Booth, who is very 111 at the to foreso hol(llng the fair thia ycar D. D. Brock home on Alder Slope. and nlake an exhlblt at the La Mr. and Mrs. L. Knapper and Grande, fair, It is their business to daughter Addle ot Prairie Creek decide. were on luejaaya train reiuiuwb (Continued from first page.) sec 7, wV& sw, sw nw sec 8, 3n-41. U. S. Fat. to E. F. Johnson, e',4 ae sej 28, se se ee: 21, 2n-42. U. S. Tat. to John Ze'.l, se nw i6-ln-14. U. .S. Pat. to Fd Thomp33n, nVi ne sec 21, nVi nw sea 22, 4n-42. U. S. Pat., to Lena Herman, sw 3w sec 11, n' n.v, se nw sec 1!. 2n-44. U. S. Pat. to Jno. Eaker, n se, ne sw, 21-ln-4". U. S. Pat. to Lynn Tauscher, ne 3e, se na 14-3n 40. - s U. S. Pat. to Tilburtis u u.ivs, no 0 JO w nw, nv& sw, sw aw, jjv-. U. S. Pat. to Julia E. McDaniol. 3 se sec 24, eV6 na sec 25, 3n-42. U. S. Pat. to H. S. Brewer, lot 4, 34-3:i-41. U. S. Pat. t) B. A. McGlaughlln, ie ne, nMs se see 20, s,v nw sec 21, 3n-42. . U. S. Pat. to E. C. Berry, se nw, .1 sw. sw sw, 21-3n-42. U. S. Pat. t3 Ealsy B. Berry, se iw sec, 21 nV4 nw, se nw saa 28, 3n-42. - . U. S. Pat. to M. S. Steven, wVj ne, nse, 8-3n-42. C. S. Pat. to ThK, Goodwin, sw nw, wVz sw, se sw, 20-2n-44. U. S. Pat. to Lottie M. WllSon, w'4 ne, eMs nw, 19-3n-41. U. S. Pat. to C. C. Wilson, e1j ne sec 19, w nw sec 20, 3n-4l. U. S. Pat. t) W. S. Dlshman, lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, 6 21-44. U. S. Pat. to W. I. Dishman, lots 2, 3 and 4, and sw ne, 5-2n-41. ft Joseph Wednesday Night La Belle Marie Funk and J. D. Halsey. trustees of Ch:i itian Church, lots 8, 9 and 10. blk Entarpriae, ?800. Win, E. Lewh to Henry Fletcher, sw no. se nw. e a sw, iu-ju-io, $2230. Joh.i. McDonald to Jamea iH. Britton lots 7 and 8, Ll't 11, McDonald add Wallowa, $101 James C. Eitss to Pe'er Baudon, se se sec 23. sw sw sec 24, 38-45, $1000. U. S Pat. to E. H. Hlnton, w2 nw, wMi sw, 29 3n-4G. U. S. Pat. to Ge5. P. Roop, aVa nw, lots 3 and 4, l-3n-42. (J. S. Pat. to Purl N. Stephenson, sVi Re sec 6, n(4 ne sec 7, 5n-43. U. S. Pat. to A. L. Grinsteid, lo! 2. 4-".n-43, sw se, s sw 33-6n-43. II. S. Pat. to C. L. Hartshorn, n sv;, sw se saa 9, m ne sec 17, ln-47. V. S. Pat. t) Thomas Finley, . ne l-ln-ll, and lot 4 and 5 6-3n-42. If. S. Pa', to Lou Thompson, nw ow 11-4H-12. If. S. Pa', to Marl Otto Johnson, sw se 8-3n 42. U. S. Pat. to Geo. D se 30-13-44. II. S (Continued next week.) Mining Man Buys Home. Gust Carlson, .one of the mining foraman who came to Los.lne a few days ago, and W. T. Potts of Lostine were in this city Thursday complet ing the deal by which Mr. Carlson became owner of a nice residence property. The sale wa3 made through the Lostine Real Estate company. TEACHERS ENGAGED FOR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL The county hljh school board ha3 engaged the fo'.lojvlng teachers for the coining school year: Principal, H. K. Shirk, formerly of Wei ton Normal faculty. Ass't. principal, A. G. Smith, for last two years principal of the Joseph schools. . Instructors: Mr3. A. E. Ivanhoe of La Grande and M13S May Bothwell of Iowa. M City and County Brief News Items Alfalfa ieed for sale at R. S. & 7.. Mr. and Mrs. A. Wlllett have move 1 to Lostine. Choice residence property for rent, See E M. & M. Co. Henry Wright went out to La Grande Thursday. Mrs. W. C. Kndli'otl went to Union county Wednesday to visit her daugh ter, Mrs. Ruckmim. B. F. Foley went to Ixjstlno Thurs duy to spend a few daya at the home of his son, Orvlllo. Bread and cake for sale at Mrs. M. Larsen's, three doors east of post office Mrs. llattlo Che .oweth and daugh ter Vera returned Thursday to thjlr home at Salom. Get your suit or skirt cleaned at Andrews & Berry's. Located in Wheibt Bdg, Miss Nettie Brock of Alder Slope entered the summer normal, Tues day, nrikln? the twenty-fifth stu-d.-nt. to, re:;l tor. 11. E. Morton and C. S. Wrenn wore at Wallowa on business Wed nesday. Mr. Wie.in will go to Boa-viM-lo.i next week to visit his brother Wa-ner a few moiths.. home from the Seattle fair. They visited Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Eberhard at La Grande. : BOISE BUYER CONTRACTS FOR WALLOWA LUMBER "it - T T.-1 A 1 ...1, K.,i,aM " P Rev. Hensey, the African mission- contracted for over a 'million feet of lumber here and at Joseph this weak. He bought 600.- 000 feet of W. F. Rankin of this ary, who was to have spoken at the Christian churches here, at Lostine and Wa'lowa, Sunday, cannot come, . . i l x n nun onrl II maving oeen caueu , and the Carpenter mill will be on urgent' busineJS. takJn tQ tne Ranklu timber north of Dan demons is suffering from tnig clty early nQXt week w0Ik t0 rheumatism and had to be taken begia at once on getting out th3 Wednesday from hi3 home on North iumDer River street to the Commercial Hotel , lVlr KlveHe alo contracted for. a where he can receive care and at- iarge amount from Mitchell & Ty tentlon. 1 ler, east of Joseph. " Miss Kaitherine Se::ton, guest of iher brother, Daniel Boyd, left Sat- SPLENDID SUCCESS ,, ni. fnr Twin Falls. Ida..: OF OPENING NIGHT ............ - - ,, i where she will visit another brother j before going on to her home at Pen- ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET J1K.S1 OK MKA'IS AUVAYH ON HAND. S. E. COM BES INDEPENDENT PHOKE 20 1'rtcc for Pells and Hides PliOPKIKTOU (Continued from First page.) 'Information taneous U;ht 3BIBBIBBIIS31S2a3SZ3Zi2'' BSXEXSSEI8SSS8I9SSIIIEIB8BB Hack Calls to any part of the city answered day or night. Both riiones Home Independent 40 Pacific States 45. ENTERPRISE LiVERY AND HACK BARN J. C. SHACKELFORD, 'Proprietor. First Class Rigs and careful drivers. Our lus meets al trains. Faie 10c. within city limits (1 lBBEBBBBBB5SBBSBZZBBlSSBSBZCBCK33K21BSCBESBXBB3BSKBiB Floating Lumber Down Imnaha. Ray Vest went to the Iinnaha Wood, sw Thursday to float 4000 feet of lum her down the liver to his place near The lumber Is hauled to field, Ind. acting and slngln?. Comment on the H. V. Moore of Caldwell, Ida., has other member ot the company will rented the Ho'.mej- building, next he made later , but space must not .w to Rodirera Bros.' store, an! forbid even now from praising tha will atait a bakery as soon ai tin Jxcellent stage management. room, oven, etc., are prepared, or in The , performame, which did not about Uirea wesks. j begin until after 9 o'clock (through . . . . i., . it no fault of the company) lasted un- Excluslve territory given to live , t agents for the sae of Gloria Ins tan-. ' j ,. ... , D,,i ni 'of Miss Tuckers graceful and hearty taneous lighting systems. Small capt- ... . h,H!. i,eat lihtlne mvitawon ana remameu ior a social . . .,,, ,,,0 dance, thus mejt'ng the visitors per- system made. For particulars and ( J , , 1 rl- . niA nnmA 1 .1 Ua . aJ.A I . A HQ KICUl imic-vjuicjn uaiu ,11': Ageuis ior uregon. i v .. ,. , , A , Alice M. Pel of Imnaha left on . . , .... . Wednesday's tra'n for Union county 6aturJay nlghtg there wl be change to visit relations a lew wee. 0f bill each night. The opera house will slop at fclgm 10 see ner u.oluc,. ,anagement lmderitaluls there W!U E. S. Moconias, and will atiena mo. mi8Uniieratani!inB as to tha nrice Pioneer reunion at Imbler. - Mrs. Bni,rv Rpat ,, .tn,P!l tha Uell came to Union county In 1879 . . . 2J , and her brother, E. S.. crossed the plulns in 1862. "Mrs. Bell will go onTWO gAD ynAGEDlEC to Union and visit her sisters, Mrs. , N uneBARGER FAMILY S. A. Pursel and Mrs. J. B. Thomson. . Emerald Rebekah Lolge No. 119 1. 1 From I.a Grande Star. O. O. F. Installed the following offt-1 At 2:30 Monday, July 19. the funer- cerw, Wednesday evening: Alia al of Oscar Linebarger. the dcf mute Weathers, N. G.; lo.ie Woodell. V. j who died In the Salem insane asylum O.; M. E. Ward, Trea.; Mabel Wll- Saturday evening, was he'd in son. Sec.; Mrs. Morrlwn, Fin. Sec; the undertaking varlors, the llev. S. Sarah Cramer, Chaplatn; Katherlne w. Sesmann. of: 1 dating. The Intcr- Berland, Warden; Mrs. II. E. Oaks, nient was made at the I. O. O. F. Conductress; V. I. Cronln, I. G.; J. cemetery. B. Ready, O. G.; Eva Wllgerodt. R. S.j It "will be reme nbered that 0car N. Q.; Bertha Cronln, L. S. N. G.; Linebarger was in the Grando Ronde Abble Burnaugh, L. S. V. O.; Serenta hospital from the 7th to the 12th ot Weaver. R, S. V. G. The Misses July afMcte-t wl.h a strange malady Leott and Edna Holmes of Flora were that proved to be a case of Insanity, Initiated Into the mysteries ot the and that this trouble was the result degree, after which light refreshment: of a beating that the young man re were served. celved at the bands of robbers near Pat., to Elizabeth Putman, iLightning. nw nw lO-ln-42. the end of the wagon road about U. S. Pat. to Jno. W. Kern, se ne eight miles below the bridge, thence 26-2:i-44. suit in the river and rafted the re- U. S. Pat. to Jno. V. Baker, nw maining eight miles to Vest's ranch.. 35-2s-4i5. .. The lumber ls-t complete a large U. S. Pat. to E. P. Larkin, se n 3 barn. To the Citizens of Wallowa County: It is our purpose to handle any business entrusted to us in such a fair and liberal manner as to maKe the customer's rela tion with this banK satisfactory and profitable. U Aside from our excellent facilities, this bank has the advantage of a large capital and substantial list of stockholders. It is also a State Deposi tory. If you are not a customer we invite you to become one. Mpweis and Farmers National Bank Wallowa, Oreg'on J.D.WALCK Real Estate Dealer NOTARY PUBLIC Mitchell Hotel Block JOSEPH. ORE GO IT MAMMOTH JACK Will make the season at the ranch of Thomas Morgan. TERMS: $5.00 cash; $10.00 for season and $15.00 insurance. Either of the above prices be comes due upon the trading, selling or re moving the mare from the county. MORGAN & DOBBIN, Owners. C. M. WILLIAMS, Manager.