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ENTERPRISE MERCANTILE & MILLING COMPANY City and County Brief News Items Esgs 35 cent at W. J. Funk & Cos. 79bl Byram Mayfleld returned Sunday from Wallowa. Sheriff Marvin was Bervln papers at Lostlme, Wednesday, Henry Bauer returned Monday from a trip tq Potfland. Roger Kay, Lostln'ei station agent, ws in town over Sunday night. Polk Maya of Swamp Creek ro . tinned home from Portland, Monday. Miss E, GUddoa went t4 Wat Iowa, Wednesday, on Insurance busi- C. L. Hartshorn was at Wallowa Monday on business wllhj forest, ry officials. Qeorgo William to agent for Cher ry's Laundry, La Grande. Hamblen barber Bhop. 79bl John Cunndiigliam of Chlco filed on a homestead In the La Grande land office, Friday. E. .B Knapp Is crippled up with rheumatism but "till managed to get down to the warehouse. Station, Agent Outlier was quite Hi Saturday ntht and Sunday but was back on duty Monday. Postmaster Mays of Joseph, was on Monday's train returning from a business trip to The Dalles, L. W, Illley and son Hugh loft Wednesday far Portland to look af ter business! Interests) there. Mrs. Goo. M. Gaily and children visited her brother, Hugh Wilson, and family at Joseph over Sunday. Kv. W. S. Crockett will preach In tiro Chrls'danl churchi next) SunUay night on "The Great Examination." Mr. and Mrs. Tlernay of Moscow, Ida., are visiting their eon on his homestead lour miles northeast of town, Mr. and Mrs, A. D. Oonoway have moved into the new cottage built by C. S. Haney on Lltch streqtj In Aider Mew. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. McCully of Jo seph were on Sunday' tralm en rout to San Francisco to spem1 the balance of the winter. The fixture for the new bank have arrived and are being Installed, They are of cherry design and finish and will look rich and handsome when completed. Mr. Daniel Boyd and two child. ren, Margaret and Stockton, left Wednesday for Twin F1I, Ida., to CLEARANCE visit Mr. Boyd's brother. Dr. T o. Boyd, and family. Mis. O. J. Itoe and daughter Ra mon a returned Wednesday from La Grande. Ram on a Is nearly recov ered 'rom an operation far appendi citis. Joseph and Wallowa county high school basket ball teams will play the deciding game In the Enterprise opera, house, Friday night of this wf ok. A. F. Linn of Summorvlllo was litre over Sunday and left, Monday lor a visit at hia old home In the East. He will go to) several places In Kansas and 'Missouri and be gone for '.lirce or four months. Doctor Wilson, federal veterinary In charge of i!ho coyote hunt by the forestry service, was here Monday, and the following day In company with County Veterinary; Flack left for the North End. Howard Anderson of Morrow coun ty, who had boon doing assessment work in his mines down on Snake river, and who also visited his broth er E. A. Anderson, of Chlco, left Monday for his home. The big mini re 1 show will beat anything In the local line ever on the stage. The vocalists already have Cariifo backed off the boards while the Jokcsinitha are busy day and alight building all new jokes. No old, refurbUhod Jokes will be palmed off on the audience. Date for this great performance ,wlli be announced soon. Ray Vest has purchased a half in Unest In Zurcher's nidi's furnishing store and the new firm has its an nouncement In tula paper. Mr. Ziirch- er started' the store about two years ago and has built up a splendid trade on the basis of quality before cheap ness. Mr. Vest, like Mr. Zuivher, is of a pioneer family, well known throughout the county, and la a man of strict! Integrity. He ha run stock on tlie Imnnha for a number of years and isf not! onljy weli known but alo well liked by all his acqualu tanoea. Speedy Relief From Kidney Trouble. "I had an acute attack of Bright' (i'sease with Inflammation of the kidneys and bladder, and dizziness," say Mrs. Cora Thorp, Jackson, M!ih. "A bottle of Foley Kidney Romeily overcome the attack, reduc ed the Inflammation, took away the pt.in and made the. bladder action n M'liml. I .wish everyone could know of this- wonderful, remedy. Bur naitgh A Mayfle'd, E. M. (X M. This month we are closing out the old and opening up the new stock and many bargains may be obtained at Clearing Sale Prices. P Save one-fourth of your money at our closing sales PERSONALS AND LOCALS FROM ELK MOUNTAIN. E'.k Mountain, Jan. 31 William Reed has returned from Snake riv- ar, where ho had been during the past two months, working in the copper mimea owned by Howard An derson of Heppner. Mrs. and Miss Thomas and Mrs. L. D. Roberta took dinner Ith Mrs. j P. Mays, Sunday. Elmer McFetililige la on a busi ness trip to Powwatka. A shower of rain fell here Mon day night; Monday warm" and snow disappearing very fast. A valuable saddle horse owned by John Wagner dledi here last, week. Millard McFetrldge and family have gone to the valley for aj few1 days. James Dally and family are mak ing their home In Joseph for the present. Mr. and' Mrs A. Alford; visited Nell Baker and family Sunday, Miss Iva, Loftus, who is attending chooi at Grande, is reported lulte ill. A large nuniler were present, at the dance Friday night, given, by Mr. and Mrs. M. McFetrldge. AM present enjoyed themselves hugely. A number of small houses ,wlll' be erected during the early spring npon homesteads entered within the strip recently eliminated from the forest reserve. John Fine of Chlco reporf that stock have chiefly lived on. the range there so far this winter, having eat oil but wry little hay. AM ELK. K. OF P. CONVENTION. The district convention of the Knights of Pythla will be hld' in this city Friday, February 24. This district U composed of al'll the' Knlgh' of Pythlaa lodges In Union and Wal lowa counties. A large attendance of members iS' expected. Rackache, Rheumatism, Sleeplessrwpe Result from disordered kidneys. Foley Kidney Pt:is have helpel of h era, they will help you. Mrs. J. B. Miller, Syracuse, N. Y., says, "For a long time I suffered with kidney trouble and rheumatism. I had se vere backaches and felt all played out. After taking two bottles of Fo ley Kidney Pills myi backache is gone and where I used to lie awake with rheumatism paln I now sleep in coin fort." Try them now. Burnaugh ft May field. Company From the Portland Journal of Jan. 26. BUTTER MARKET TENDS DOWNWARD. Prices Are So Low Elsejwhere, That It Is Likely Portland Will Forced. There 's a very weak tone in the butter market owing to the pressure of outside supplies, but local' cream ery interests are still quoting the former range. So far as the local manufactured product is concerned there is no surplus1 in the trade here but it is the over supply of outside manufac ture that is causing the trouble. Butter Is very weak in the east and supplies of extras can be brought from there and placed on the! local market at so much lower fig ure 'than the present value of the home product that it Is quite easy to see where the trade would1 go. This will probably force the local makers to change their quotations. There is a difference of opinion among creamery interests as to whether thte is necessary at the present time, but the general! opinion seems to be that there will be a change during the first part of the coming week. PNEUMONIA FOLLOWS A COLD But never follows the use of Fo ley's Honey and Tar, which checks the cough and expels the cold. M. Stockwell, Hannibal, Mo., says, "It beats all the remedies! I ever used. 1 contracted a bed cold and cough, and was threatened with pneumonia. One bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar completely cured me." No opiates, Just a reliable household medicine. Burnaugh & May field. PASSENGER TRAIN 8TILL MATTER OF FAR FUTURE. General Superintendent. J. D. Stack made aa inspection! trip over the branch this weekj staylnel .a day at Joseph. He Is reported as saying the passenger train Is still a matter of tha future, but that larger engines will be used on the branch train in an effort to run nearen to schedule time. The same report says Mr. Stack assured the mine owners that the toad would bej extended to the head of the lake as soon as it ,was prov en that there was ore tonnage t Jus tify the same. We do good Job printing. Try us. SALE ANNOUNCEMENT. We wish to announce that the Mens Furnishing Goods business heretofore conducted under the name of C. H. Zurcher, will hereafter be conducted under the firm name of Zurcher & Vest, Ray E. Vest hav ing bought a half Interest in the business. We expect In the future to Increase our stock of goods, so as to be, able I to handle more business, but our aim will always be to handle mer chaud'se cf quality so we can stand back of It with our guarantee. Iu brief, rur policy will be renew ed visor a wider.-ange of merchan dise than before lines' expressly and exclusively for men the interest j of our customers hsjond everything ei.se qutillty. not cheapness. We solicit your patronage and In return f-r vour r oney, we will give jou merchandise that we will bland back of with our guarantee. , C. H. ZURCHER, 79b2 RAY E. VEST. LA GRIPPE COUGHS Strain and weaken, the system n:id if not checked may develop in to 1 lieumonla. No danger of this wuen Foley Honey and' Tar hi taken promptly. It Is a reliable family medicine for all coughs and colds, and acts quickly and effectively in case of croup. Refuse substitutes. Buniaiigh & Mayfield. FAMILY WASHING. 50 cents a dozen for family wash ing including small pieces. 10 cents for on;j large pieces. Work guaran teed. Sanitary methods. Enterprise Steam Laundry, M. Stubblefleld & Sort, proprietors.. 79btf NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the, Interior. V. S. Land Office at La Grande. Oregon, January 23, 1911. Notice is hereby given: that Jesso C. Surber, of Enterprise, Oregon, who, on February 9, 1904, made Hometeadl Application No. 13436, S Ml No. 04097. for SSBVi. Sec. 10, nd SSV. Sec.. 11, Township 1 North, Range 44 East, Willamette derldian, has filed notice of inten loa to makj- final five year proof, to etnb'.'.ih claim to the land above iesc before Carl Roe, United States Commissioner, at his office at Enterprise, Oregon, on the 16th Jay of March, 1911. Claimant, names, as witnesses: Thomas C. Bunnell, James Bloods worth, Jack Fowler, and Grover C. Whltmore, all of Enterprise, Oregon. F. C. BRAMWELL, 24c5 Register, THIRTY YEARS TOGETHER. Thirty years of association think of lit. How the merit of a good thing stands out la that) time or the worthlessness of a had one. So there's no guess work dn this evi dence of Thos. Arise, Concord, Mich., who writes: "I have used' Dr. King's New Dlscoveryi for 30 years, and Its the best cough and cold' cure, II ever used." Once it finds entrance in a home you can't pry it out. It'a the most infallible throat and iunig medi cine on earth. TJnequaled for la grippe, at luna, hay fever, croup quin sy or sore lungs. Price 50c, $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all druggists. DEALS IN WALLOWA COUNTY REAL ESTATE. (Continued from first page.) Henry Thompson to Arthur Miller, 4 tracts In sec 34, t 2 a, r 42, and 1 tract in sec 27, 1, 2 n, r 42. $2500. Arthur Miller to John, McDonald, beginning point 400 ft e of sw cor nwse4 sec 27, t 2 n, r 42, thence n 255 ft, thence e 3S7 ft, thence 255 ft, thence w 387 ft. $1. John McDonald to Hector McDon ald, senw, ns,w sec 15, t 3 n, r 42. $1. W. "p. Ballard to Mary, Brady, lot 12, blk 17, McDonald add Wallowa $150. John McDonald to James W. Pow ers, seswtt sec 26, t 2 n, r 42. $300. John McDonald) to John G. Wray, lota 9, 10, 11, 12, blk 10, Wallowa. $1. L. M. McGraw to Sarah A. Long, lots 10, 11 and 12. blk 22, McDonald add Wallowa. $800. U. S.. to John McDonald, ne eo w'5, t 3 n r 42. Patent. J. F. Long to Irla Emerson, se4 se sec 17, t 2 n, r 45. $550. Leonard Couch et al to Walter Carper, b!k 9, Clairemont add Wal lowa. $150. L. Couch to Walter Carper, lots 1 and 2, blk 10, Clairemont add Wal lowa. $1. Wallowa Merc. Co. to Geo. T. Car per, 1.88 acres ta sec 11, t 1 n, T '2. $275. REMEMBER THE NAME Foley's Honey and Tar for all cold and coughs, for croup, bronchitis, hoarseness and for racking lagrippa coughs. No opiates. Refuse substi tutes. Burnaugh. ft Mayfield.- .