THB NEWS RECORD
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
Formerly the Wallowa News, estab
liaued March 3. 1899.
t Published Wednesdays and . Satur
days at Enterprise, Oregon, by -THE
Office East aide Court House Square
.Entered aa second-class matter
January 2, 1909, at the postoffice t
Enterprise. Oregon, under the Act of
March 3, 1879.
Subscription Rates: One year' $2.
six months $1, three months 50c;
one month 20c. On yearly cash-In-advance
subscriptions a discount ' of
25c Is given.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1910.
City and County
Brief News Items
Ice Cream Freezers a brand new
stock at Keltner's, ,
C. H. Zurcher made a businesa
trip to Wallowa Saturday.
All phone orders for bus to and
from depot promptly attended to.
White Front barn. Home phone. 97b
Mrs. Julius Bolter of Joseph vis
ijiX Enterprise Wednesday.
Miss Mary . Darr returned Satur
day from a visit with her parents
at Elgin. -
Blueflame coil oil stoes and Insur
ance gasoline" stoves Just arrived
Mia Grace Wool, who had been
visiting her sister in Elgin, returned
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W. Purdln. of
. Alder Slope came home Saturday
from several days visit in La Grande.
Fishing tackle all Kinds and sal
mon eggs at Keltner's.
Conductor "Doc" Harned assumed
charge of one of the trains oa the
"Little Joker" squirrel traps kills
hundreds. Try It. Price 35 cents.
Judge CTawford - of Union arrived
In Enterprise Tuesday evening to
attend circuit court.
Carter's White Lead and Linseed
Oil at Keltner's. - .
; Tell your sweetheart and your
Wife about Harvey's the one
up-to-date place where frozen
dainties are a manufactured
ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET
'BE81 OF MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
mMarket Combes & notchkiss; independent
t Pelts and Hides proprietor - PHONE 20
Wallowa County Tide &
. ;- ' A. C. MILLER, President
Office in Company's new brick building opposite front of
new Court House, Oldest and most complete abstract plant
in county. Abstracts of title furnished promptly and cheap
ly. Insurance written in largest and strongest companies.
Money Loaned at very
aA-ai-SLA-A A .....
ENTERPRISE OPERA HOUSE
One Night Only
Saturday, July 16, 1910
: ' '' r ' ' '" ' ' ' ' ' ' ;'
Lowe's Madison Square
In the Charming Western Comedy Drama, in 4 Acts
The Girl From Tennessee
Prices as usual, 25. 35. and 50) cents
Seats on Sale at Burnaugh & Mayfield's
Plumbing, plumbing flxtures,tpes
and fittings, pt Keltner's. '
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Eoyd returned
to Enterprise Tue3day after a
pleasant sojourn at Seaside.
Senator Turner Oliver stopped in
Enterprise Weednesday on hla way
from Joseph-to La Grande.
Garden' Hose big shipment
sprinklers, . hose fixtures, at Kelt
ner's. " ' '
Sell your cream to the Enterprise
Creamery, CO., and get the highest
market price for lit.
W. C. Wilson of near Joseph made
i business ti-Jp to Enterprise Satur
day, returning to Jofoph In the ev
ening. , -..v. -
.Sher.win & WlMams' palnta-7-guer-
jnteed at Keltner's.
Mrs. S. D. Keltner and two tit
le daughiijers returned home Tues
lay after . an extended visit to eev
nal points ' In Washington.-
Oscar Perland' of Paradise tran
iacted business in Enterprise Fri
lay of last week. . j' -
Sell your cream to the Enterprise
Creamery Co., and get the highest
Market price for It.
Poultrymen, call at Keltner's and
see the Petaluma Incubators on ex
hibition. ' '
Little Miss Ml'dred' Day returned
Friday from Paiailse where she had
been visiting relatives for several
1 Miss. Lulu Ownbey arrived, home
Saturday from a six. weeks' visit
at Elgin and other points la Union
' D. Vj Eastman of Paradise left for
his home ,ln that city Monday
mo'rntng after' transacting business
tor a few days in Enterprise. -
Sell ' your cream to the Enterprise
Creamery Co., ani getjthe hlghieat
market price for It.
Sam Pace returned from La
Grande the latter part of last week,
having' transacted business at the
federal land office there.
C. Mairdock of the north part of
the ' county was In Enterprise the
first of the week. While on the trip,
he transacted business at Wallowa.
, Mrs. Daniel Boyd and children,
Margaret . and Stockton, returned
Trom La Grande Saturday where
they hadTSrisited the family of Judge
Dr. W. L. . Nichols, osteopath, suc
cessor to Dr. Moore, has office hours
ill day Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday, In Enterprise. Office over
the bank. 21atf .
Mrs. G,. H. Lindley and Mrs. Cum
mins, former residents 4f Flora, re
turned to their , homes, ait Vashon
island, near - Seattle, Wednesday.
They had been visiting in and about
Ben Bos well, well known In Wal
lowa county, who returned recent
ly from California, has purchased
a flve-acr e tract, of land near La
Grande. He will make his future
Lowest Current Rates
A - -. A A g g
Every Professional Mar
is directly interested. in
the p ro jperity of Oregon .
None flourish uhlesu
money is in good supply.
Life insurance premiums
drain Oregon of vast
turns every year.
Stop This Drain
Place your life insurance
The Policyholders' Company .
hi j is the only . "Purely
5reo t " Company,
lakes all of its invest
nents here, and is an im
portant factor in the up
building of a Greater
tates are no higher.
rite for further par tic
liars giving your pecu
lation and date of birth.
HOME OFFICE. PORTLAND, OItt
. L MILLS. Pres. L. 8AMUKU ln. Mgr
. CLAKENCb; 8. SAMUEL. Ant. Mgr.
Mrs. Howard K. O'Brien of Port
land came to .Wallowa on Saturday's
rain, and la a guest of her aunt,
Irs. John McDonald. Mr. and Mrs.,
J'Brten will return to Wallowa to
eslde in the Wear future.
Miss Marie Church of Independ
ence, One., la visiting with Mr. and
Ira. C. H. Zurcher. Miss. Church
vas formerly a teacher in the public
schools here. She will spend1 prob
Joly a month with ' former f rlen.de
Michael Miller, a laborer, was kill-,
sd by the train at Cove station,
Thursday ,'. morning last. H1b , re
nalns were sent to Pendleton. No
apers or other means of giving a
:lue to the whereabouts of his rel
atives were found on hla person.
; Mrs. O. M. . Cortina arrived home
Saturday from Portland and' Turner,
laving attended the state Christian
church convention, at the latter
)lace. She was accompanied home
y her sister, Mrs. A. R. Slavens,
ind little daughter Viola, of Port
Reports from the Imnah'a are to
.he effect' that cougars are so plen-
ciful end so audacious, that they are
itealing to within' a few hundred
pards of sheep camps and killing
.ambs. Thla ought to be good mews
to the hunters with good dogsr and
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Burnaugh, H.
A.. Galloway, Mis S, V. Heaton, 8.
f. Pace, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Books,
A.. F. Unn, A. Wade and F. B.
Tharp are among the Enterprise
delegation stopping at the Savoy.
They are all here to 'attend the chau
xuqua. La Grande Observer.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Amey, who had
been visiting relatives hi thi city
and at Joseph for several weeks, de
parted Friday for their home at Mon
mouth, 111. Mr. Amey' sister, Miss
Oussle Amey, who has spent the past
year here, returned home with them.
They will vtalt at Colorado 8prlnga
and Denver en route.
PIONEER RESIDENT TAKEN
SEVERELY ILL THIS WEEK
D. B. Reavta, on of the early
pioneers of Wallowa county, to se
riously' ill at the home of G. 8.
Reavis in thteclty. D. B. Reavi was
formerly county Judge of Wallowa
county, and Is a large proprety hold
er here. His lllnes Is occasioned
by the feebkenem of old age, and
while hl many frIend'-hope for his
recovery his condition, owing to his
age, la rendered critical.
THE MEADOW DAIRY
I am now prepared to
fumiih the people of En
; terprite ind vicinity with
the bet of
MILK, CREAM, BUTTERMILK
SKmEO MILK -. i
Whole Milk, per qutrt, - ' Sc
Cream for table uie, per quart a 5c
Cieam to whip, er quart, 40c
Buttermilk, per gallon, - 10c
Skimmed Milk, per gallon 10c
W. W. ZURCHRR
ANSWERED. ' '
What, is Osteopathy I
Osteopathy i8 a system of treat
ment, chiefly by manipulation, that
aa8 met with such remarkable suc
cess in the fifteen years In which it
aas been known to the public in the
United States, that it, has won a most
extensive support, and has over five
What does It treat?
It has a complete system for the
treatment of human disease. In
acute cases it Is just. as successful
as in chronic.
'Dq Osteopathists use, any means
Certainly. While correction of an
atomical Irregularities Is fundamen
tal, many simple appliances, such as
are used' in the sick room by
all schools, of practice to give re
lief and comfort, are at our com
mand. Mr. and Mrs. Lapham of Joseph
visited acquaintances Saturday In
Mrs. Minnie Hdllembaek of Aledo,
Illinois, arrived Monday for a visit
with her son, Ralph B. Hollembaek,
and family. , ;
F. Y. Mulkey of Monmouth, Ore.,
returned last week from Rochester,
Minn., where he received medical
treatmnt iiw a sanitarium'. On his
way home he stDpped in Enterprise
to look over the country in Wallowa
county, going finally to his home
In Monmounth. He was well pleased
with this 6ction of Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. J.; McDonald of Wal
lowa returned to their home in that
city Monday morning. Mrs-NdcDon-ald
gave a report of the national
Sunday school convention which
she attended, and which was very
enthusiastically received at the
union services held at the Preaby
jrian church h3re Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. McKnelly came
Ji from Portland this week, and' are
registered at the Hotel Enterprise.
Mr. McKnelly was here -about three
weeks ago in the interests of the
Mew York Life Insurance company
ind was so much pleased with the
Country and climate that on his re
:urn he brought Mrs. McKnelly with
aim. Mr. McKnelly Is an Illinoian
tn 4 was for many years manager for
-he company In Southern Illinois,
ie has written a number of promi
nent Oregonlans during hia . brief
.esidence In, this state. He was very
juccessfui during his recent visit
aere. Among the" policies written
were C. P. Ragslale $20,000, Fred
V. Falconer $20,000 ' and James. A.
Funk $10,000. Others who do sol
iVlsh their names' mentioned brings
he total up to $85,000.
Mrs. Dr. Moore and sister, Dr. Pur
lurn left Enterprise Monday morn
Jig for Flora. The tetter will prac
tice osteopathy at Flora in the
L'uture. Mrs. Moare will remain
.nere with her sister for a few
lays, Joining Dr. Moore on their
way to Kansas City where Dr.
iloore will take special work dur-'
ng the summer in ositeopathy-.
During the summer, too, Dr. and Mrs.
4oore will visit tne former's mothjr
vt Santa Rosa, Calif. After almost
I year In special work in Kansas
City, Dr. and Mrs. Moore will lo
?ate In Portland permanently. Dr.
Vloore Is a member of the Oregon
State Medical beard, and during the
ecent examination held In Portland
attended officially.. One hundred
md four practltloneors were examin
ed, 13 of whom 1 were of the oHteo
atbic school. '
If you want a high grade sowing
machine which Is a
BUY A WHITE
The machine Is unsurpassed for
simplicity, durability and the char
acter of the work it will do. It Is
I made la two styles, the Vibrator
I Shuttle and the improved Rotary
I Shuttle, The lawter machine sews
I either a 1 lock or a chain stitch.
I There are a number of styles to
, choose from and the wood work Is
the handsomest possible.
Fred S. Ashley
handles the WHITE MACHINE in
Livery, Feed and Sore Stable
R. l. DAY, Proprietor
Good Rigs Fair Treatment
Special Attention to
Rates for Regular Boarders
Best of Help Employed Home Phone- ;
Open Day and Night One Block North of Hotel Enterprise
, Reliable Abstracts of title furnished on short
All Kinds of money to loan on farm property,
from one to five years; large or small amounts
Fire Insurance written in companies that pay
all losses in full.
WALLOWA LAW, LAND & ABSTRACT CO.
C. H. L0CKW00D, LocHwood S Bllyeu,
United States Commissioner Managers
J. Stubblefield returned the first
f thei week from Roseburg, Ore.
O E3. Bodrrior of Paradise brought
1 big loai of fine hogs to thei Enter
prise market Friday.,
Mrs. Gussle Raney of Hood River
s visiting relatives, and friends In
finterprlse. She arrived Saturday
md will remain several daya.
Rod'gers Brothers moved Tuesday
rrom their building near the Lltch
oulldlng, ito the Ault property, op-
josl'te the M. E. parsonage.
Miss Essie Bater of Elglni Is via-
.ting the famlllea of L. Berland and
.1. L. Day, having arrived' fron El
cln Saturday. She will remain three
District Attorney Ivanhoe of 1
5rande arrived in - Enterprise Sun
'.ay evening to be present ait the
. uly session of the circuit court
hich began. Tuesday morning.
Clarence S. Samuel, assistant man
ager of the Oregon Life Insurance
.joropany, Is transacting business In
Enterprise and the Wallowa Valley
itles. Mr. Samuel 1 a genial, en
jaglng young man and knows' ln
mrance from a to a.
J. M. Shirley of tha "Palouse"
:ountry, Washington, drove through
he country to the Imnaha district,
iast of Eniterprlae, passing through
.uere Monday. Mr. Shirley may lo-
;aite In the Imnaha country. He
s acquainted with the Stewarts liv
.ng In that portion of Wallowa coun
Mrs. J. G. Rennle and children,
:iaud and Alice, and Mrs. Howard
v'agner, left Wednesday morning for
.'ontland, called there by a message
mnounclng the serious illness, of
.Irs. Rennle's father, R. H. Price,
vho had suffered a stroke of paraly
lis. Mr. Price wa3 a former resident
jf Enterprise having brought in and
ijerated the first transfer and bag
gage wagon ever In Enterprise.
Mrs. J. H. Long, nee Miss Ethel
.laxwell, formerly of this clty but
iow of.Le.wiston, Ida., arrived In En
erptlee Tuesday to visit her mother,
firs. Sarah Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs.
Ixjng drove across country from their
Soreness of the muscles, whether
.iiduced by violent exerelae or Injury,
s quickly relieved by tlie free appli
cation of Chamberlain's Liniment.
This liniment la equally valuable
or muscular rheumatism and always
iffords qukk relief. Sold by Bur
iaugh & .Mayfleld and all good drug-
ue mnioer Industry of Wallowa is
daily becoming a more Important fac
tor in the growth of the town. From
a paltry shipment of 22 cars in the
last 12 months, the exportation prom
ises to reach nearly 20,000,000 feet
during the coming year.
Dr. Arthur C. Boggegg, who fof sev
eral years past has held the chair of
history and economics at Pacific uni
versity, will not be connected with the
school next year, bu; will probably
leave for India to take up missionary
Tee'JiIng . children have more or
ks diarrhoea, which can be controll
ed by giving Chamberlain's) Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. All
that U neceisary 1 to give the pre
.Tlbd doite. after each operation of
.he bfttvels more than natural and
then castor oil to cleanse the sys
tem. It is safe and sure. Sold by
Rjrnaugh & Mayfleld and all good
' Horses Bought and Sold
Commercial Trade . -
Bus to and From Trains f
Have you examined our
Ladies' and Children's
Wash Suits Ladies'
Fancy SKirts: Waists,
Also a complete line of
g Men's Furnishings, in-
eluding the McKibbin
3 and Stetson Hats.
1 We have just now the
S most complete, line that
we have ever carried.
We buy our Dry Goods from
one of the largest houses in
Chicago and have a large
assortment from which to
make our selections.
We discount our bills, which
gives us the goods laid down
in our store at the lowest
cash prices. V .
We give our customers the
benefit of our cash buy. We
also give a discount on all
cash purchases. .
If you are going to build
call and let us figure
with you on Doors andj
Windows. We have just
received a large stock of
same and we are going
to sell them at bed rock
R.S. & Z.
The accounts'1 of Poulson & Prv
ter have been placed In mr hands
for collection. Those knowing them
selves, indebted to thlo firm will
please call and settle at once.
. W. E. TAGGART.
.Hay Fever and Asthma
Br lag discomfort and misery to
many people but Foley Honey and
Tar gives ease aid comfort to tho
suffering ones. It relieves the con
gestion In the bead and throat and
Is soothing and hearing! None gen
uine but Foley's Honey and Tar In
the yellow package. Burnaugh ft
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