B The City Planing' Mill .
1 W. F. RANKIN, Proprietor I
I g- ENTERPRISE, OREGON. B
Carries a complete stock of rough and dressed
A line of standard mouldings always in stock.
Satisfactory Mill WorK'a Specialty
Five per oent discount for eaih. All accounU balanced
at axplratlon of 30 days and Bottled by eaah r note.
Dealer in Harness, Saddles, Chapps, Spurs S
and Leather Goods of all descriptions. &
I will fit you out with the best goods for the least
money. When in need of anything in my line, call and
inspect my stock before purchasing.
ENTERPRISE, - - - - OREGON
City and County
Brief News Items
la Grande Iron Works.
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor.
Foundry and Machine Shop. Casting and Ma- -chine
Work done on short notice.
WE ALSO MANUFACTURE FEED MILLS
Sawmill break down jobs promptly attended to
GIVE US A TRIAL
C Hundreds of people in this town are
about ready to purchase a talking
C Buy in the daylight! Make compar
isons 1 Remember that there are "talk
ing machines" and "phonographs," but
only one Graphophone the
C Be sure to get in touch with us before
you buy. Complete Graphophone out
fits from $20 up. Come in and listen.
Most people prefer to
- buy "on . time" and that
suits us. Terms are Easy!
BURNAUGH & . MAYFIELO,
ENTERPRISE, OREGON. H
How About the Fair? See the b'
ad. of V. J. Funk & Co.
H. I. Beldcr, of Lostine, was in
this city Friflay on business.
Doors and windows and all kinds
of builders hardware at Keltner's.
S A. Gardner, formerly of this city,
has removedjrom Forest Grove to Sa
lem. F. S. Bramwel!,. of La Grande, is
looking after the sugar beet industry
in Wallowa county this week.
.Mrs. Jesse Masteron, of Joseph,
spent Friday with her sister, Mis8
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Harvey and baby
daughter left Friday for La Grande
where they will reside.
Everybody boost for the Fair. It'a
going ito be a hummer. See our ad.
W. J, Funk & Co.
A petitition is being circulated for
an electric light on Depot street near
the Struble and Falconer residences.
Miss Irene La Dow, of Pendleton,
who has been a guest of Miss Inez
Makin, departed Friday for her home.
Something new Klrsh curtain rods
and portier poles for the first time
in Enterprise. Come In and see
the"i at F. S. Ashley's.
I The Harvey candy kitchen and ice
cream parlor was taken over by C. S.
Haney Monday on foreclosure of a
! Mrs. Jeannette Clark and children,
Merle and Etha of Lostine, are spending
a few days at the home of her brother,
S. V. Cray.
I Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hinshaw, who
had been visiting their relatives, Mrs.
R. W. Bloom and family, left Tuesday.
for their home at Union, Iowa.
The Methodist people have built a
very neat fence around the church and
parsonage lots this week adding a great
deal to the looks of the property.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan brought
their little daughter Emily home
from La Grande Thursday. The lit
tle pattont i improving slowly.
' Mrs. T. W. Workman returned to
La Grande Friday after a visit with
her husband who is superintendent of
the beet industry here.
Mrs. C. E Funk entertained the
clerks from the W. J. Funk & Co.
store Thursday evening in honor of her
guest, Miss Margaret Funk.
Mrs. .Martin Larsen has returned
from Hot Lake where she underwent
a surgical operation. She stopped off
at Elgin a few days on the return jour
ney. Dr. W. L. Nichols, osteopath, suc
cessor to Dr. Moore, has office hours
all day Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday, in Enterprise. Office over
the bank. 21atf
S. C. Himelwright, of The Park and
C. L. Puderbaugh, of Fruita, were in
town Friday. Mr. Himelwright will
be a candidate for county commissioner
at the coming"election.
Miss Mella White, of Portland, came
Wednesday to visit at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White.
Miss White is a teacher in the
Portland schools.. She is a niece of Mr.
O. J. Roe and his gueat, Merrill
.'ioulton, of Spencer, Iowa,, and
Glen' E. Odle, foreman: of the Enter
prise Press office, have spent thie
week camping and llehtn at Aner
oid and Biig Sheep. '
Miss A. R. Merryman, of Denver, is
a guest of her brother, County Sur
veyor H. E. Merryman and family.
Miss Merryman has been a teacher in
the public schools of Denver for a
number of years.
The members of the Win One Class
of the Presbyterian Sunday school
were pleasantly entertained at a lawn
party Thursday evening, by Misses
Alta Davis and Joyce Craig, at the
home of Miss Davis. Punch and wafeis
Mrs. W. J. Funk and daughter Miss
Margaret, of Oakland, Calif., conclud
ed a delightful visit with relatives and
friends in Wallowa county Friday
morning. They will visit a few days
in Portland before continuing their
journey home. Mr. Funk will remain
here until Suuday.
Robert Eakin, Jr., son of Supreme
Judgs and Mrs. Robert Eakin, of Sa
lem arrived this morning to spend a
few days with mends here. Mr. Ea
kin has been a student in Willamette
and has won considerable distinction as
an orator, says the La Grande Ob
server. Mr. Eakin is a guest of Court
Reporter Hanna and the two are spend-
ing a few days in Wallowa on a fishing
Great . excitement Is reported to
be prevailing ta that part of town,
as we go to press, by the alighting
of a fine, toothsome looking grouse
on the roof of the W. H. Graves res
idence. The men of the neighbor
hood are devising aU sorts of plans
jfor mailing the btd's stay pleasant
until August 15, as nobody seems to
have an appetite for grouse at (50
We tell you of some of the comtog
Fair attractions in our ad Ira this
paper. W. J. FUNK & CO.
Edigar Jackson of Lostine, who has
been III at Oie Mojs hotel, was taken
FrkiCiy to the private hospital re
cently opened by Jir. and Mrs. S.
N. Browning. He la reported as
The ladies, of the Enterprise Im
provement league are requested to
meet In' A. C. Miller's office Monday
night at 8 o'clock, for the purposaj of
considering the matter of having a
refreshment stand at the Fair
grounds. It l urged that there be a
good attendance as unless consider
able Interest is shown the work will
not be attempted.
A very enjoyable evening was
spent last Saturday, August 6, at
the home of Miss Ruby Fosner
in honor of her 14th birthday. Those
present were MurrLel and Herbert
Ctoenoweth, Chirtey Lltch, Wayne
Wagner, Asa Hulse, Aubrey Haney,
Ronald Wagner, Zora Combe3, Grace
Cbenoweth, Ethel J.loKlnney, Anna
Emmons, Zola Wright, Cecil Stubble
field, Carrie Falconer, Lela Pace,
Ruby Fosner. The evening was
spent In playing games, after which
refreshments were served. Jiany
beautiful present were received.
day and Thursday, or the steamer
Hassale leaving at 8:00 p. m. Wed
nesday and Thursday. Aiake your
reservations for sleeping cars now.
Ask the agent for further particulars.
C. 0. KNODELL'S MOTHER
PASSES AWAY SUDDENLY
Excursion to the SJashors,
On Tuesday, August 23d, the O.
R. & N. Co. will operate a special
train excursion to Portiiand in con
vection with their steamers to North
Beach resorte. This special train
will leave La Grande at 8:00 p. m.,
arriving In Portland: at 7:15 a. m.,
Wednesday, August 24th. Passen
gers have choice of steamers leaving
Portland as follows: The T. J. Pot
ter leaving at 8:30 a. m. Wednes-
The Red Front
by the reliable
W. P. Hambleton & Son
Same old stand
C. O. Knodell has received the sad
aews of the sudden death of his
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Knodell, of
Albion, 111., passed away at) the
iorae of her son, Henry Knodeil,
.n Chicago, July 28. Airs. Knodell
a ad e'aten supper and had gone out
j a the porch whom the family heard
he door bell ring. Answering the
'all she was found sitting In a chair
y the door dead. She had evidently
elt the stroke coming and had rung
eke belli to summon, help. Five chil
dren survive her. Deceased had long
been, a resident of Albion- and her
sudden death is mourned by a host
of friends in her home town.
STRUCK BY FALLING
TREE AND KILLED
John Williams, a sawmill mam of
Wallowa, was killed) Tuesday while
cutting down trees for saw tags. He
was struck by a limb from a dead
amarack which was struck byi the
tree he was felling. Mr. Williams
was one of the firm of .McLaughlin
& Williams who operate a saw mill
on Bear cretk near Wallowa.
He was- about 45 ear old and
i -eaves a wife and four children.
Look for our big ad every week.
We will keep you posted o the et
tractlons of the Fair. W. J. FunJc &
Inquire of agent for further particular.
private hospital is
Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Browning have
purchased the Alelotte cottage of II
Best, and have opened a private
hospital. Mr. Browning is a son, of
J. L. .Browning of this dty and his
rife 1-s a trained nurse.
YOUNG LADIES SCALE
EAGLE CAP MOUNTAIN
Misses Joyce Craig and Alta Davis
and the tatter's brother, Ira Davis, re
turned home last week from a delightful
camping trip. The party left Enter
prise Tuesday, going up Hurricane
Creek canyon on horseback. Wednes
day they ascended Eagle Cap mountain,
a feat very seldom accomplished ty
women, as it is a tiresome and difficult
climb. The young ladies consider the
trip well ' worth the effort, as the
view from the summit is a magnificent
one. The climb was made in three
hours. They came across to the west
fork of the Wallowa Thursday and re
turned home Friday, coming down"
past the head of the lake. -
Special Tram Excursion; to the Beacl
To afford residents' of Eastern; Ore
gon an opportunity for an outing, the
O. R. & N. Co. have arranged a spec
ial train excursion to Portland In'
connection with their etearaera to
the Seashore (North Beach, Wash.)
The rate from Enterprise to $12.50,
which permits of a stop-over of a day
and a night on. the going "trip, at
Portland, ae we'd as a stop-over on
the return trip within the limit of
the ticket, which will be September
Gth. The special traia will consist
of chair cars, tourlet and standard
sleeping care. Make your reserva
tions early. Ample hotel accommo
dations at the hotels on the Beach.
Monday, August 15, there will be
mass at the Catholic church in this city,
services beginning at 9 o'clock a. m.
Monday is Assumption day of the
Blessed Virgin. Rev. Peter Hewell.
M. E. Church.
Preaching by the pastor at the M E.
church at 11 a. m. Union services in
evening at 8 p. m. in same church.
Evening sermon by Rev. Mr. Maynard
Combine Business With Pleasure),
Take a trip to the seashore and en
joy (.he delightful ocean breezes and
pleasures at The Beach, stopping
over at Portiiand if do3ired. A spec
ial train and: special fare. Tickets
will be on sale August 23d and will
be good for return until September
7th, A trip down the Columbia river
In. daylight on, the fine and fast
steamer, T. J. Potter, is one of the
atractive feaures of the trip. The
rates aro attractive.
We want a good fair so do you.
See our ad. in this paper. N
w. &. funk j qo.
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5 fcAUKSlUlN tO OJCOnUKU 5
The Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company
Tuesday, August 23, 1910
Pullman, Tourist and Chair Cars
SCHEDULE OF TRAIN:
Leave Baker City Tuesday 'August 23d 6:15 p. m.
" Haines " 6:35 p.m.
" North Powder " . 6:50 p. m.
. " Uuion Junction " 7:30 p. m.
" Hot Lake " . 7:40 p. m.
" La Grande 8:0o p. m.
Arrive Portland Wednesday August 24th 7:15 a.m.
FARES ROUND TRIP
Baker City $12.50
Haines and North Powder 11.50
Union and Hot Lake 10.50
La Grande 10.00
Joseph, Lostine, Enterprise and Wallowa 12.50
Elgin and Imblcr 10.50
TicKets good for return until September 7th, and allow stop over at Port
land one day and one night on going trip if desired, and any time within
the limit of ticKet on return trip.
Magnificent River Ride on the Steamer
T. J. POTTER"
For further particulars call on J. S. Butner, Agent, Enterprise, or write to
Win. McMurray, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
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