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HORSE AND STOCK
SHOW APRIL
DATE OF 8IXTH ANNUAL EXHI
BITION AT ENTERPRISE
COMMITTEEMEN.
The Sixth Annual Horse and
Stock Show will be held to Enter
prise, Saturday, April 16, and It will
be, weather not LnteTferrlng, the
largest and most successful of all
the shows. and their success has
become a matter of record and pride
to every stockman inr the county.
As heretofore, there will be no
charges connected with the event.
Every owner of a good stallion, mare,
saddle or driving horse, a bull, cow
or calf, or goodl sheep, bring them In
on that day and help advertise to
the world that Wallowa county Is
the best stock region, in all the
Northwest. There will be many out
side people In Enterprise that day.
Following Is. the committee on
Invitation:
Horses: E. A. Anderson, Win. AI
ford, Chlco; Jack Johnson, The
Buttes; H. C. Zumwalt, Zumwalt;
Sam Wade, Lostlne; Isaac Austin,
J. Q, Connally, Ray Austin, Flora;
Renfrow & Cannon, Lost, Prairie;
W. C. Straley, Paradise; Charles
Williams, Troy; Sam Applegate, Ap
pleton; Watson & Weaver, Alder
Slope; Hansen Bros., Carl Whit
more, H. T. Mitchell, J. C. Shackel
ford, Enterprise; A. A. Greer, Hec
tor McDonald, J. L. Maxwell, John
MoDonafld, Wallowa; H. B, Davld
hlzar, Charles Craven, Prairie Creek;
Wesley Duncan, Joseph.
Cattle: W. C. Dorrance, Crow
Creek, C. G. Holmes, Haas Bros.,
Imnaha; J, B. Olmsted, Enterprise. .
Sheep: Peter Baudon, Sheep Creek;
Jay H. Dobbin, Prairie Creek; Stlck
ney & German, N. C. Longfellow,
Joseph; L. C. Johnson, Imnaha; C.
P. Ragsdaae, W. H. Graves, Sam
Litch, R. F. Stubblefleld, Enterprise.
and a committee was. appointed to
make inquiries as to what the court
expects to do and If the league can
assist In the work.
A special meeting will be held In
the library room Monday evening,
April 11, to hear the report of the
musicale committee.
Surpasses Anything
In AHThe Wcsi
Traveling Men, Give, High Praise to
View of Mountain at;
Enterprise
(From Portland Labor Press.)
Traveling men who hare been In
Wallowa counity any that the win
ter view of the mountain si from En
terprise surpasses anything ln all
thi West. Rising up from the south
Hkn a great tll of snow and cloud
toii'hod i'att emenU the Powder Riv
er tcountalns shine through the won
derfully clear, atmosphere as from'
a n.iiTor. If the beauty-loving weal
thy realized that In Oregon we had
more glorious and Inspiring natural
beauty In Wallowa county than in
all Switzerland, and that Old Wal
lowa, so long almost Inaccessible,
vij within reach of any special car
there would not be hotels enough
constructed for the next ten years
MP there to accommodate the guests
that would pour in. The empty lots
of Enterprise would soar up In the
market like the eaglea of her raoun-
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To Beautify City
Is Ladies Desire
Improvement League Wante Clvlo
House, Cleaned and
To Rights.
The Enterprise Improvement
league met at the library room Mon
day eveniug Instead of at the court
house announced, the band hav
ing the court room engaged for that
evening.
The committee appointed to con
fer with the council regarding a
clean-up day, reported that the coun
cil has appointed Friday, April 15,
such day. It was requested by
the league that the ladles of the
city co-operate la making the work
of the day effective, and that resi
dents be asked to rake the streets
In front of their premises, half.way
across the road ud place trash in
pile ready to be removed by the
garbage wagon on that day.
The matter of Improving the de
pot grounds waa brought up and the
board waa instructed to confer with
the directors of the Commercial
ciud ana irame a request to me
'railroad company.
Announcement waa made that A.
J. Boehroer had offered to conduct, a
musical entertainment for the bene
fit of the league and a committee
waa appointed to confer with him
In regard to the same.
The matter of beautifying the
court house grounds was discussed
FARMERS' UNIONS.
A local Union of the Farmers' Edu
cational and Co operative Union was
organized in this city Saturday by D.
C. Kirk, general organizer. There
was a good turnout of farmers at
the meeting in spile of the stormy
day and the new union started with
over 15 charter members, to ,wnicn
i number have since been added. C.
A. McAllster waa elected clerk. A
meeting will be held at the court
house next Saturday to take ini new
members,
Hugh Wilson is clerk of the Jo
jeph union. Mr. Kirk will organ
ize a union; at WaJllowa next Satur
lay at 1:30 p. m.
COUNCIL LIFTS LID
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POOLROOMS
MAY KEEP OPEN TILL MID
NIGHT AND ON SUNDAY
CALLS CONVENTION.'
Receding from Its air-tight, pad
'.ocked lid position of a month ago,
he city council relented, a little
ilnday night and raised the lid as
'ar as pool rooms are concerned.
Vn ordinance provides that pool
ooms close at 10 p. m, and close
ill day Sundry. . W. A. Davis and
.51 Ward, proprietors' of a pool room
in Weot Main street, appeared be
'ore the council and talked so
ersuasltfely that the city, fathers
save the boys' permtsnioa to keep
jpen until midnight and on Sunday,
The council directed Recorder Tagr
sart to issue a call for a mass1 con
entlon to nominate candidates' for
lty offices. It is found elsewhere in
his paper.
The city treasurer was directed to
prepare a statement showing the fl
lancial condition of the city and
read it at the mass convention.
Following were appointed; Judges
jf the city election to be held May
1:. Geo. S, Craig, T. R. Aklns, Char
es Thomas. .
.Committee on extending city limits
rdered to report at next meeting.
Marshal is to see about a concrete
jvall along the river at Residence
ttreet bridge.
' Water rate for high school build
.ng fixed at $10' a month.
Following' were the.
Claims Allowed.
Chas. Hug, city marshal $75 00
T. M. Dill, city attorney 5 00
J. M. Lockwood, cllty treasurer 6 00
W. E. Taggart, city recorder
and' rent 16 00
3. J. Forsythe, lights- 69 15
5nterprl3e Press, pub. notice
and ordinances 16 45
Toe Melotte, teaming 86- 25
Jhas. Crunipacker, 9V4 days
work on water ditch . . 23 75
3. K. Clark, pipe 8 60
Lee Bros., blacksmith Ing 15 40
City Planing Mill, lumber .... 2 80
t. M. Brojwn, work on pipe
line 1V4 days 3 75
Sol Pace, work on pipe line
3V4 days 8 75
Sdgar Marvin, board of prison
ers' 2 50
ELECTION MASS MEETING.
The legal voter of the City of En
terprise are requested to meet ln
mass convention, at the old count
house, Tuesday evening, April 19,
1910, at, ,7:30 o'clock for the purpose
of placing In nomination candidates
for Mayor, Two Councilmen, City
Attorney, CWy Recorder and City
Treasurer. 1
By order of Council.
W. B. TAGGART,
' City Recorder..
Mrs. Eva Wilson ,went to Lostlne
Wednesday to visit friends.
Friday, April 15
Is Clean-Up Day
Council Names Dates Whefc Prem
ises Mutt Be Put In
Order.
The city council rctlng In conjunc
tion with the Commercial club and
he Enterprise Itnprovement League,
lias sot apart Friday, April 15, as
Clean l'p Day.
All property owner are requested
to put their property in good condi
tion, and also to rake up the trash
on the streets adjacent thereto.
The council will provide a garbage
wagon which Ul be driven over the
city on that day to remove the
rubbish which the property owners
and citizen are to have raked up In
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whose fine clothing we handle so much of. We're glad to show you
this handsome illustration; it speaks well for the merchandise we sell; it
is a monument to a continuous policy of maintaining the highest stand
ards of good quality in clothes-making; all wool fabrics, when cotton
mixed cheapness is the rule; the best of tailoring; the most perfect styles
and models; the highest type of fine clothes made.
We're glad to be identified with such goods; and you ought to be.
. - - Honest merchandise, with an honesty you can be sure of, is like
an honest man; we are all benefited by associating with such
merchandise and such men. "
: You'll find this store the home of Hart
Schaffner & Marx clothes; and of much
other merchandise of a similar sort; . .
good quality always. ' .
Main Street
Men's Outfitter
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The, Menace of Misinformation.
Unfortunately and let us hope
that you are not one of them, or,
at any rate, that you won't remain
one of them there are many people
who THINK thev know a creat
deal about Osteopathy, and who are
ever ready to express opinions of
It.
A large collection of such folks
were caught sadly napping ln a
civil service examination in one of
our large cities, recently. They were
required to give a definition of the
word Osteopathy and here are a
few of the answers:
1. "A belief that diseases of the
bonea may be cure! by constant
message." This answer is so abso
lutely wrong that to completely
confute tt would be to tell the
whole story of what Osteopathy IS.
2. "Physical remedy . produced
by putting one to sleep." Equally
as far from truth as Ans. No. 1.
8. The treatment of diseases by
rubbing." Osteopaths do . not rub.
Like many others, thin man knew
only that , the hands are used ln
treating. He guessed the rest and
guessed badly. Right Way. . ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Hayes of Al
der Slope returned Sunday from
a five weeks sojourn down on the
Imnaha.
FOR SALE
Redeaned Timothy Seed.
Call on or phone Woolgrow
ers Warehouse Co., Enter
prise, Oregon. 9Sb2
STALLION BOOKS.
Indispensable records for owners
of stallions, containing description
of mares, dates of service, time of
payments, and a:l necessary data,
printed on good paper and strongly
bound tn boards with cloth back,
for sale at this office or sent post
age prepaid on receipt of price, $1.
Card of Thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cramer and
family wish to thank their neigh
bors and friends for the kindness
and sympathy 83 freely given, them
in the Illness and death of their son
and brother, Guy Cramer.
Varnish your furniture and wood
work wkh Che-Namel. Guaranteed
not to mar or scratch. For 'sale by
W. J. Funk & Co.
SUMMER NORMAL.
The annual Summer School for
Teachers will be held a the High,
School building at Enterprise, com
mencing July 6, 1910, and continu
ing five ' weeks.
All teachers who are planning to
take the August examination should
attend, as speolali review work will
be given So all subject required for'
teaching a specialty.
If a sufficient number to Justify
enroll a special primary teacher will
be employed. Tuition for term $10.
Please notify the Instructors of
your Intention to attend.
J. C. CONLEY. County Supt,
HARL, H. BRONSON,
Principal Wallowa Schools,
9?bl3 Instructors'.
Japa-lac at Keltner'a.

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