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DANIEL BOYD, City ami County Brief News Items , School supplies of all kind at Jack son & Weaver's. Mrs. Al Emmoin ha re'uni 'd from a visit to North Yakima. 'Mrs. Da'.dwln and s m Win. ret ain ed Thursday from a trip to the Grand-; Itonde. . Don't fail to heT the noonday Hua concert, by the HLor King or th. Cattle Ring Hand. Miss Grace V6d Is at Spokane buying her fall and winter slock o millinery goods. Mrs. Alice l!e:i of Imnaha raturn ed Wednesday from a visit wit relatives in Union count.". Mrs. Howard K. O'llrien of Por land visited her brother, C. M. Lock wojiI, and family, over Sunday. liread and cake for sale at Mrs. M l.iir.son'a, three dojrs east of post office. Mrs. L. J. Jor.'.ai, d Higher Fa" liy we.it to La Grande Monday t( :iAi tho famous Mormon choir. 'is. vv'eatherly returned Thursday from a criple of monihs visit in th. Walla Walla and Ml ton valleys. S!ate3 and ta'de s, po:icll3 an. ions In fact everything needed by : iichoDl pupil at Ja;:k ion & Weaver' :iUe Mr. EU.ir doa not especlallj .. i.ie till Pa-id and Orchestra tho i i e ed to be two of the has ..' isio.li org.nl.:a I-'.ns o;i tho road. ...rs. I.ora Simmons went to Blgl' Friday to vtalt her sister, Mrs. Alothn Henderson, and to be present at tin marrlnge of the lat.tsr s daughter May to Mr. Frank Hartley of College IMace Oreg. The wo.ldlng will be on Se;J tetmber 1. Lee Tuttle, cdl'.or of the Klglc Recorder, Arlelgh Russell and Pre Hooper, a'.l of Elsln, were In thb city Wednesday on their way t some mining claims on Tunnel niouii tain, find also fo; a week's camplnr at the lake. Marlon L. Harris has go-in to Colorado and Missouri on a visit. He stopped off at Ontario and writes they raiHe fine melons down thei'j, and say the goud 1 ind In Payette va' ley is selling at f om $200 to $100 an acre In cro; and $ 100 and up In orchard. Mrs. Charles H113 aanoanees tha her fall aj.l winter millinery goods have arrived and are now on display In her millinery parlors, tha room formerly occupied by Wheat's Jewelry store, 2 dojrs south of new Praterna building. To bsctnie acquainted will the pt3ile hero as soon as possible, I Irs. Hug will give a grand lnlroduct ory sale of chll Iren's goods. This sale wld lust on'y 010 mouth and the prlcea are cut In two while U lasts. Grand Millinery Opening, Prl day and Saturday, September 17 and 18. Ice Cream Ice Cream Soda ALL FLAVORS Sundaes, Root Beer, Re freshing DrinKs When extra CANDY is wanted come to PRENTISS HOMAN'S Next Door to Rank Enterprise, - - Oregon Have advantage of location, size, good water, beautiful view, fine soil, no brush, white clover sod, running water and Right Price. When yon consider all these advantages there is no wonder that we have been able to sell 45 out of a total of 59 lots in a short space of time. We sold 10 lots last week. This leaves us Only 14 Choice Lots to Sell and wa are going to sell them before October 1st, for cash or on time in monthly install mentsmakes no difference to us. We charge only 7 per cent, on deferred payments Buy Now, Own Your Own Home and Double Your Money in a year, for the mines alone will make Enterprise a town of 5000 in Five Years C!ey. S. Craii? le uined Friday from he Health; fair. V. II. Gra es returned Prl- Jay from a vl-.il at North Yakima. C. K. Vest, is buying hay and grain .or Kerr, Gifiord & Co., Portland. Mrs, C. S. Ilaney and daugU'er visited Wallowa friends this weik. Mrs. J. L. liro.vning spent Friday with her sister a': LosUno. Japalac, varnish stains. Unseed ol' t Uuriiaugh & Mayfiuld's. Porn to the wi'e of Fred Pa'eJ daughter, Tuns lay, August 21. Mrs. Win. Paisley went down to ie Miiiam M .lrlay fur a few days ating. Rev. and Mr). C. K. TrueblooJ ie jrned Prl lay from a fe.v days spelt I the lake. Miss Vesta Jackso:i came up from .'allowa Thursday to visit over Sun ay with re'.atUes. Mr. and Mr.i. J, M. .Mitchell of o:e;)h were transacting business In his city Thursday. Mrs. Win. Forsythe, daughter Bo'U .nd sou Craig letnrned Friday fro nr. .. short stay at tho Ja'te. W. 1). IliUsle, well known cattle lan fiom Snake river above Pl'U arg, win lu .town thi-i wo'jk. A. L. (!i Instead baa returned frooi , ldig trpi to vailus points in t ie antral and western part of the sLa.e. Pliers' King of the Catlle Ring !iow Is a isoL.tdy U13 largest a id est drama'l:: co npany sliowl ig j nder lent. Whirlwind Tablet. are a g.iaran- 1 eed remedy for rheumatism nnd fidncy tro.iblcs. For sale at Jaclt 1011 ii Weavers. 3.'.btf Mrs. Sarah Alatwe'l nnd daughter istlu'r returnol Thursday, from a 'Isit of two months, with Mrs. Max veil's daughter at Lewlston. . . II. K. Shirk, principal of the county ilph s'hool, arrived In the city the irst of tho wco'c ready to take up lis dui In j next Monday. I.ii.IKm wis'.iln; wln'er salts have he o:,)')rt.uiity o? 'examining one of he newest fall styl.'s at the U. S. & Z. Si'.e.'lnl order t taken. Mrs. It. I. no.ig. repreien' 111,4; Cans. A. Stave'is & Pros., Chicago. Hjr2 O. 13. Mayfell of Klgln was In own over Thursday night to sej his mn, Mayor Pyram Mayfleld, who 'ractured his leg a week or si a ;o nit Is getting along as well as could ,)o expected. '1 ho sclio.)! boa d has received a ot'er from C. C. Mack, tho new iirlaclpal of the public schools, inform ing tliein It was Impossible for him tc bo hern in time to open school next .londay and accordingly the opening was postponed one week. Edito t Meeting. The Pastern Oregon Editorial association ludd a atrlctly buslnew tea -don lu the parlors of tho Mitchell Hotel at Joseph, Wednesday night. Editor Lee Tutt e of Elgin, Editor S, P. Shutt of Jooph and the editor f this paper were tho only members present. A 111011 newspaper men ibseut were llarvev Scott of Portland W.. E. Cur ls or Washington and Joloiicl Henri Watterson of Louis ville, Editor Shutt was given 'be tUh di'groo and wanted more, which ie didn't get. OAK LCAF DIET KILLS CATTLE IN SOUTHWEST The utockmen grtv.iiig their cattle on tlu National Forests In the South wet, especially . Colorado and New Mexico, have suffered serious losses during tho prosont summer through the cattle eating oak leaves. In hat. Hivtl.in of the country the season has boon unusually dry and Office of Burleigh 3X Boyd Lawyers grass extremely scarce. To eke out Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di the scanty forage supply, the cattle j arrhoea Remedy Never Known have browsed heavily on the scrub to Fail, oak which covers large portions of j "I have used Chamberlain's Colic, the range. Ordinarily tbe stock j Cholera and Diarrhoaa Remedy since Joe3 not browse much 0:1 the oak I it was first Intro luced to thy p,illic and the little they do get, take 1 1 in 187', and have never found one with the other food, is not injurious, I instance where a cure was not sueedl but when, as in the present season, j ly effected by iU use. 1 have been ..he oak browse furnishes a large j a commercial tiavelar for eighteen proportion of the daily food of the ; years, and never start out on a trip atitle, the results are serious. I without this, my faithful frisnd," The oak leaves and sprouts contain says II. S. Nichols of Oakland, I11J. v large percentage of tannic acid. Ter. For sale by Burnaugh & May The actl:m of thl-i acid on the field. stomach Is extremely Injurious and .he losses have been unusually severe. Same Effect. The symptoms of the disease are itaring eyes, feverish and blistered Ips and nose, the ailmal ceases to ;ra.e or8ekforfooi, standing In one dace for hours at a time. The oat becomes rough and the hair la .1 turned the wroag way, as in case? )f loco poisoning. The animal doe'i inl cliew Its nil and In a com- aratlvely short time it becomes to) - veak to remain on Ha tt and leath rapidly follows, , So far as Is known the only aval able remedy for this trouble Is lln seed oil given as a drench in amounts from one to two quarts. The oil appears, to overcome the Injurioi affects of the tannic acid and if th dissase Is not advanced too far an the animal can be furnished sjfflc ent food so It will not be forced t eat the oak. it wl l generally resovei The best method, of course, In hand lug the trouble, Is, If possible, U set. Uic cattle away from the ra:i'? where the oak Is found and furnish them with plenty of green feed V build up again. PLANNING GREAT FAIR AT LA GRANDE (Continued from first page.) the possibilities of the two countUs to put up an exhibit which will place ihe district In the forefront of al. progressive communities. For this end tha cooperation of every loyal citizen must be had in securing a thorough display of the resources of the section Tcrlmps the must human thlnir about J. Tlerpont Morgan Is bli affection to: apple pie. It may not answer to th description of a grand pnsslon, but cei 1 tain It is that the great financier cber Ishes a tenderness for apple pie that Is as genuine In Its way as was the pref erence of A beln rd for the society of Ilelolse. At precisely 12:S0 every work ing dny. which means all days except Sunday, tbe Mor !.nn olilco boy pro ceed.) to a nearby lmich room and Invests a dime of tho big promot er's fortune In a Mammoth pleceof apide pie, which constitutes the great man's mid day meal. One evening, at h 1 a New York borne on Madison aiue, Mr. Mor gan aud few literary and ar tistic friends were discussing epi taph a. Finally each member of the obkat man's the compauy pro middat jiejo, reeded in turn to quote the most striking and appro priate tombstone inscription be could rwmember. When It came Mr. Mor gan'! turn he declared that the most pathetic and expressive thing of the kind that bad ever been brought to his attention was tbe following tribute of a disconsolate husband to bis wife, wno lies burled In tbe neglected little cemetery of a Malue villaso "She was good aud true, and she was the best pleinakor In Somerset countr." "Cyril," said his mother as they sat dovi-n to the breakfast table, "did you wr.tdi your face this morning?" "Well, no, mamma," said he slowly, evidently rnstlr.g In hi3 mind for nn cense, "but." be added reassuringly. 'I c-.lcd n Ilil borcw I carao iown i:nlrs!" ncdlnontor. WhlrlwtnoT'Tablets cure rheumatism bi this climate. Th2y have relieved I .1 - 1 1 .. ..p iiimureus aim curea n-uits ui u.nv-j ia Union and Wallowa . comiti3, positive proof, nanie3, etc., furnished 011 application. For sale by Jackson "M,er- l-u,'B1Jilu,e 20btf Teeth Chatter. The old Tooth Say, you'll be pulled ( you keep on disturbing the peace. The Troublesome Molar Hooray! 'm just aching to get otit of here, you .now.ruck. - ., Cholera Infantum Cured. "Something like two years ago my ieby, which was then about a year id, was taUe.i seriously 111 " with holera Infantum, vomiting and purg ng profusely, wrl.es J. F. Dempsey f Darapsey, Ala. I did. what I could d" rslievg her but dU her no goal, .nd being very much alarmed about ler went for a physician but failed 0 find .one, so cama back by Elder iros. & Carter's store and Mr. Elder .eeoinmended Chamberlain's Colic .'ho'.era and- Dlirrhoea remedy. 1 lrocured a bottle of It, wont home is quickly as roisible and gave the aby a dose of the remedy. It re ievei her In fifteen minutes and won cured her entirely." For sala y Burnaugh & Mayfleld. THE RUSSIAN PEASANT. i'.upid and Poor, a Gjoi Fellow Whc l.ercly Exists. . The Luusliin peasant dues not live; he merely exists. '.Nitchevo" ("It Is uotbiug"), be merely says when any thing happens to bim. Notlilrs mut ters. . nothing could be worse, and "Nitchevo" Is bis panacea for nil evlis. Aud yet the ltussian moujik is really a fine fellow. Ordinarily. 11. V. Kemmrd tells us In bis book, "The Russian Peiisunt," be Is a splendid, well built mau, large limbed, la rye beaded nno heahhy. lie is eqnuKy unaffected by 20 degrees of frost or twenty glasses of vodka He Is clothed la ur.cuied sheep skins and carries in winter more clothes than the average Englishman could stand tip in. I is unspeakably stupid, however, and bis dream of happiness is to gorge, to sleep as much as post-lble through thi whiter nnd ilsm-e iind-sini? Iti-llie summer, lint the stranger's first ob jection to the moujik Is that he smells not because be does not wash libu self. As n mutter of fact, la every vil la? there lire tuMiiic l.iitii:- 'imi'V".- 8ucceed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, sa thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it ia the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. Enterprise, Oregon Bizsasxzzss&saEXBiEiiEaixsa The City Planing' Mill W. F. RANKIN, Proprietor ENTERPRISE, OREGON. Carries a complete stock of rough and dressed lumber. A line of standard mouldings always in stock. Satisfactory Mill WorK a Specialty Fie per cent dissount for cash. 'All accounts balanced at cx.ji.ation of 30 days and settled by cash or note. ana tne peasants wash themselves there unfailingly every Saturday in order to be allowed to go to church on Sunday, for the Orthodox church en jo!:i t ciiMinliness. The Kussinn peasant Is always poor and Keuerally in debt. He plows the land iu the same way that his father piowud It aud gets as little for his la bor, liis main worry iu life Is bow to pay the governor's taxes. If be says he cannot pay be Is flogged, or perhaps he will sell part of his next year's power of work 1. e., work for noth ing for several months to raise a Joan, and of course he la worse off. than ever the following year. On Christmas night at dusk the mar" rlageable village girls go out Into the streets aud meet their young men, nnd one says, "What is your name?" The young mau answers "Foina." and she replies, "My husband's name is Fonia." Some days later at tho girl's home relations are gathered together. There comes a knock at the door. , The sta rosta uiid the young man enter, enrry Ins loaves of bread. Tbe starosta gays something like this: "We are German people, come from Turkey. We are hunters, good fel lows. There was a time once in our country when we saw strange foot prints In the snow, and my friend the prince here saw them, and we thought they might be a fox's or marten's foot prints or it might be those of a beautP ful girl. We hunters, we good fel lows, are detetnnined not to rest till we have found the animal. We have Been lu nil cities from. Germany to Turkey and have sought for this fox. this marten or this princess, and at last we have seen the same strange foot prints la the snow again, here by your court. Aud we have come lu. Come, let us take her, the beautiful princess, for we see her in front of us, or can It be that you -would keep ber till she grows a little older?" Thus does the moujik ask for a wife. Inventor Davy end Love. Sir Humphry Davy, the Inventor of the Davy lamp, found love something of a delusion, if not a sun re. Writing to bis mother, he said, "1 am tbe hap piest of men In the hope of a union with a woman equally distinguished for virtues, talents and accomplish ments." And In a letter to bis brother he expresses his rupture thus: "Mrs. Apprece has consented to marry me. and wheu the event takes place I shall not envy kings, princes or potentates." The widow must have been a person possessed of great powers of fascina tion, for Sir Henry Holland makes mention of ber as a lady who made sueb a seusatiou in Edinburgh society that even. a reius professor did uot think it beneath bis scholarship to go down on bis knees in the street to fas ten her shoe. The sequel need not be dwelt upon further than to add that the marriage turned out to be alto gether a mistake. Cured Hay Fever and Summer Cold. A. 6. Nusbaum, Datesvllle, Indiana, writes: - Last year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so distressing that it Interfered with my business. I had many of the simp- toms of bay fever, and a doctor's pre scriplion d'd not rea-. my case, and I took several medicines which seem ed only to aggravate It. Fortunate- ily I Insisted upon having .Foley's JsiEKaaiiBisiinazaaaasassii a u H M M M u M H M III H a M M a M M a u u a u H Honey and Tar. It quickly cured mo My wife has since used Foley's Honey and Tar with the same success." Burnaugh & Mayfield. Rules of Color Harmony. Much sound advice on the buy lag of rugs Is contained In an article In the Woman's Home Companion for September. In regard to color it says: "A f!6or should be the lowest or darkest tone In a room, then the walls,' and the ceiling the lightest or highest. This U the natural way and the safest to follow as a general rule. It gives a feeling of firmness and solidity to the floor, whereas, it the order is reversed, and the floor Is lighter than the calling, one fee!s that the ceiling I3 coming down on one's head and that dodging Is the only way to e3ca;e a blow. The floor should support the walls in color as well as In fact, but care must be taken not to make the mls-take of thinking that strength of color Is obtruslveness of color. Strength of color In the right place will make the scheme of decoration a successful and satisfying one, but obtruslveness of color will make a hopeless failure of it. . "The chief color of the rug should be the chief color of the walls not necessarily the sxme tone, but harmo nizing tones of the same shade. If the walls are a so.'t yellow, a rug with different shades of brown, and to give the needed note of contrast, dull soft red and .blues, would look well In the room. This, kind of rug would alsogowell with green or blue walls. The proportion of the dif ferent colors In a rug may make or mar It for one's, special use. In choosing a rug it Is best to have a reeling of one predominant color, with the other colors adding the saap that contrast give, and forming a harmonious and delightful whole." If you are a'.l run down Foley's Ktdney Kemedy will help you. It strengthens the kidneys so they will eliminate the impurities from the blood that depress the nerves, and cause exhaustion, backache, rheu matism, and urinary irregularities, wblch sap the vitality. Do not delay. Take Foley's Kidney Remedy - at once. Burnaugh & Mayfleld. The Bakery Fresh Bread and Fine Pastry WE ARE HERE TO PLEASE We Solicit Your Patronage II. V. M0ORC, Manager River St, 2 doors south of Funk's.