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To the People of Wallowa County, One and All, is the
Greeting of the New Furniture Firm
Ashley SL Bue
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Make your Christmas truly merry
by beautifying your home with
gifts that not only please at this
time but are sources of joy for
years to come.
Mission Furniture, Chairs, RocKers and Tables,
DURABLE AND HANDSOME
WORLD
FAMOUS
Not Tufted
Guaranteed 20 Vsars
HIGHEST
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Headquarters in
Wallowa Coun-.
ty for all
Best MaKes of
Pianos
Knabe, Mason-Hamlin
Fischer, and others
Children's Chairs and Rockers, Doll
Carriages, Secretaries, Desks, Book
cases Make Dad Glad With a Section of the Famous
Globe-Wernicke Bookcase
Does Mother Need a New Sewing Machine?
WE HAVE THE WHITE IT IS BEST
Our Big Store and Warehouse are
crowded with Useful Gifts for old
and young. You are invited to
call and inspect -no obligation to
buy.
Beautiful Art Squares, Rugs and Car
pets, Pictures, Picture Frames, Mould
ing, Iron and Brass Beds
Beautiful
Round Dining
Tables, Parlor
and Work
Tables
City and County
Brief News Items
Alfalfa seed for Sale at R. S. & Z.
Born, to tile wife of T. MeCurlh
a daughter, Tuesday night, December
14.
White Loaf Flour, $4.50 per bar
rel at E. M. & M. store.
TJio Krorery mid hardware depart
ments of W. J. Funk & Co are belaiR
moved Into the ww store room or
tha LIU building. ' .
Have you beon In to hear the Vic
tor Talking 'Machine at, Jackson &
Weaver's? They are the clearest,
plainest, and nion perfect talking
maehUie made. 6n6
Mrs. D. UUhar.la mid Mr. and Mrs.
R. T. Richards left Wednesday iriorn
Ing for Kansas City nnd otluvr MJ--Bourl
townu. They will stop en
route at Salt Lake City and Ien
ver. Mrs. D, Richards will not re
turn until spring.
Try a pa'.r of Cats Paw .rubber
hoeU. Put on by Rodgers Bros, for
fiO cents a l.a'r. ' 6"u3
Sweet cider maJe to order. Phone
0. J. Roe, Mountain View Fruit
Farm. . C2btf
C. W. Harvey was the fortunate
one in securing the coyotte skin
nig t Durnaueh & Mayfleld's. The
rug was mado iby W. I. Calvin from
to sklais. W. A. Mo33 got the graplvo
,!ioue and Owen StubblefUild the
ollet set, ,
See S. K . Clark, before buying
water pipe and fittings nnd all plumb
ing material. He will save money on
your bllU. Phone blue 7. 641HI.
A Jolly party of "Ghosts'" had
a merry time at tho home of Mrs
U. V. L'laom, Monday night. The oc
casion was a domestic shower fof
llS3 Laura Haas, and the young
Indies participating were dressed In
conventional Rhont costumes, lany
pretty and useful stfls were given
to the brido-e'.ot-t.
Save your old rubber, brai3, cop
per nd horse "hair; they are worth
inotiey. Rrlng or send t)hm to the
Second Hand Stora, ButorpnUe. 67
Our line of Ch.lstmas Candy In
Christmas Hoxes is complete. Jack
son & Weaver. 65a6
Rev". W. H. CMbson of La Grande
reached this city Tuesday afternoon,
Houses in Enterprise, $650 to $3,000
Lots $75.00 to $250.00
1G0 Acres, Hill Farm. $12.50
2MJ Acres on Slope, $G5.W) an acre, time
270 Acres, Island, $10.00 an acre, time
100 Acres, Slope, $3000.00, time
480 Acres, 12 miles, timothy and timber, $10 per acre
Best ad Cheapest Insurance Companies.
Agent American Bonding Company.
The Pioneer Real Estate Man.
7 : OREGON
W. E. TAGGART,
ISNTliKl'Klbli,
The City Planing' Mill
W. F. RANKIN, Proprietor
ENTERPRISE, OREGON.
Carries a complete stock of rough ami dressed Q ,
lumber.
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A line of standard mouldings always in stock.
Satisfactory Mill WorU a Specialty
Flv par. cnt discount for cash. Alt account balanced
at expiration of 30 ciaya and aettlcd by caah or not.
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and will preach at Alder at 11 a. m.
and 7 P. m. Sunday, and at 3 p. ra.
In the CSwTsUan. church lu thia city.
Individual silk waist patterns at
Funk's.
Cameraphone entertainment at the
opera house tonljht.
Laree assortment of hooks for the
toya, and girls for Christmas at the
e-v Drug Store. ,
Hev. Truebload's subject Sunday
morning la "The Sower;" evening,
"The Pearl cf Greai Price." Ser
des at usual hoars.
Let us have your order for Mag
azines for Christmas presents. At
oubMsher's iirice. Jackson & Weav
er's drug store. ' ' 5a6
A spelling" contest with tho schools
-f Joseph, Lostljie a:id Wallowa was
huld In ' the Co.uity " High school
Thursday night. Tli3 winner will he
uinounced la'er.
Fanfy embroidered nd drawn
vork linens at Funk's,
Now la the time to get your shoes
repaired. Erlng dr ssnd ithem to
Rodgers Bros., En'crprlse. AM work
guaranteoJ. 67b2
Sauer kraut, era iberrles and sweet
lmtatoos at Funk's.
City Schoo-1 Supoilntendmits Voler
,f Joseph, Smith of LoHlne, Bronr
sou of Wallowa, and Shirk of the
Comity Hlsh, met in Wallowa De
cember 11 and organize a county
'.Uhlotlc league, o;e!i to all the
Mihools of the comity. The first meet
will probably be held In Enterprise
early In May. . ,
For prompt s?rdce call up Vest &
Vest market. C. E. Vest, transfer.574
Christmas tree ornaments, candles,
bells, candile hoi lers, etc., at Jack
son & Weaver's, 63a6
Eagle camp. Mo;le:n Wcluien df
America, elected the following offi
cers, ThursJay night: Chas. Thomas
roiiaul; D. F. S adviser; Geo.
Uaw, banker; J. W. Uo'gers, clerk;
0. H. Brady, escort; I.. W. Lath
rop. watchman: H. M. Flowers, sen
try. Installation on January 5, prob
ably in conjunction with the Royal
Neighbors.
Cet iot lutcr cabbage and sauer
kruit. A. M. Wagner, EntjrpVise.
The two Co.uity Hlgli school debat-
Inir tennis to meet K'.cln and La
rande abo.it Jiinuary 7 are hard at
work The ciucbUou 1. "Besoiveu:
That If the Galveston l'lai of Com-
mUfcilou Government Were applied to
New York City, tlt wo ild Correct the
Prevalent PolttlVal Vices of that
Cltv." The affirmative team is Fred
llohnei, leader, Asa Craln and Nel
lie StubblefieM. cjllcague; nee
Uve. Irl OUnsTed. loader. Jiflla Mar
vln and Aarou Olmsted, colleagues.
ENTEPRISE
OPERA HOUSE
1HE FAMOUS
Jolly Delia Pringle
AND HER.
Merry Company.
WEEK DECEMBER 27
TO JANUARY I
Russell farm of 160 acres on Alder
Slope has . been bought by James
H. Doty of Pendleton.
D. H. Jordan has sold lots 2 and
3, block 24 to Frank Melotte.
CaU at the New Drug Store when
in Enterprise, and look over our
I brand new tore and new atock.
; Everything flrst-claas . from top to
' hrHnm ToMrnrwi Jk WpaVor DrOOrle-
tors. The Liton Diag. ooo
WEDDING BELLS. -
MJss Lllilian Bbnar of Joseph and
James Larsen of Elgin were married
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, at
the M. E. parosnage by Rev,. C. E.
Trueblood. The bride has resided
here for some time a:id the groom Is
a brother of M.L.Larson of tiiis city.
For the present they will live with
his parents at their farm on. Cricket
Flat, three mil'.ea vest of Mia am.
issxkl.aiMsatii.';.i3aaiiJ
Come in and look over our store
and stock, whe.her yoa wish to buy
or not. A beautiful line !tor Christ
mas pr:B2nts. Jackson & Weaver.
Cash wild for old rubbers, brass.
and copper at the Second Hand store
liiterprlse. " - 6ib2
Japalac. varnish stains, linseed oil
at Burnaugh & Mayfleld's.
Marriage Licenaet.
Dec. 13 James Larsen, 33, farmer,
Elgin ; Lillian Boner, 23, Enterprise.
" Dec. 17 Luther Stewart, Zb, iarmer
Wallowa; Pearl Prltuin, 24, Wallowa.
See the fine line of Dolls- at the
New Drug Store. Everything new
Nothing carried over from former
years. Look ther a. Jackson & W eav
or, proprietors. . . G5W
LOCAL FIRM BUYS .
LOSTINE HARDWARE
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predict a big trade for the Lostlne
store. '
Mr Ashlev will remain In cnarge
3t the furniture store lere, n-hk
oext-spring is to be housed In a
new 60120 building. -
Real Eatata Dqala.
The George Seteor fnn of 440
icwa In LeaD lias been purchased
by C. R. Elliott & Son. for $4000.
3ctsor Kolng to old Mexico.
- Th Ehterprlse Real Estate com
iy reiwrts two deals. The Geo.
p Oowlnv nlace of 120 acres on
Prairie Creek soy tp S. M. Lotler
for 17175. U I fairly weM Improved
and Is jwrtly hlU land. - The George
Of Every Kind No Trouble to Find .
What You Want at
Santa Claus Hea3quarters
In the former Racket Store, 2 doors
East of Postoffice. Come and see the
GREAT DISPLAYOF DOLUS
Dolls from 5 cents to $2, and high as you want.
Doll Clothes, Beds, Tubs and Carriages
tSST Weaver & Weaver '3
SiiimiiiiiiiminuiEU(nuiiniaBn:Esix::iiMBa
Cartfiit Banking tosurts th Safety of Deposits."
Depositor! Have That Guarantee at
' WALLOWA NATIONAL BANK
OF ENTERPRISE, OREGON
CAPITAL $50,000 '
' BURPLU8 $60,000
Wc Do a General Banking Business.
Exchange Bought and Sold on
All Principal Cities.
Geo. W. Hyatt, President W. R. Holmes, Cashier
Geo. 8. Craig, Vice President Frank A. Iteavis, Axst. Cashier
DIRECTORS
Geo .8. Craiu Gko.W. Hyatt Mattik A. Holmes'"
J. H. Dobbin W. R. Holmes

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