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THERE'S a certain touch of
smartness to Brandegee
.City and County
Brief News Items
I scream always at the Creamery.
A. S. Cooley was at Wallowa, Sun
day. Dr. B. R. Flack was a Wallowa
business caller, Monday.
Pittsburg Electric Weld field fenc
ingthe weld that held at Keltner's.
L. Borland left for Portland Sun
day to look after business Interests
Miss Ora Bookout went to La
Grande Sunday to visit at J, D. Cor
nelison's, .
Mass meeting next Tuesday night
to nominate candidates for city of
fices. M. W. Qoodman of Ixstine was
transacting business in the county
seat Monday afternoon, ,'
Mrs. B. B. Smith and Master Earl
Clark of Imnaba, went to Portland
Sunday, to visit for a few weeks.
T. O. Barnwell and family of La
Grande, who had been visiting rela
tives here for a few days, returned
home, Sunday. ' r
Miss Audrey Combes returned Mon
day from several days spent at Wal
lowa securing subscriptions for the
Pacific Monthly.
H. W. Snyder, an attorney recent
ly from Ironton, Ohio, was hore sev
eral days looklug over (he country
with a view of locating.
Ice cream at the Enterprise Cream
ery. ' 98b2
The Nlbley-Mlmnaughi saw mill at
Wallowa started up Thursday of last
week with a full crew.
8. R. Haworth of La Grande came
In Saturday on a few days business
Mrs. W. M. Boyd of ,Wallowa vis
itod over Saturday night with her
daughter, Mrs. G. I. Ratcllff, and
fktnlly, ' " .
t There will bet a dance in the opera
house Friday night under the direc
tion , of the house management, with
music by Solack's orchestra.
Miss Margaret Boner and Dr. John
B. Gregory of Wallowa were married
recently in Portland. The bride is
well known in this city. She Is a
slater of Mrs, Clark Amey, and hor
many friends offer be-at wishes for
a long and happy married life.
First class shin at Calvin's bar
ber shop. , 68bf.
Harlan Stewart of Cove was here
on business over Sunday.
Call up the Creamery for Ice cream,
delivered to any part of the city. 98b2
Harvey Rlnehart of La Grande) was
here over Sunday on a business trip.
Garden tools, sprays, etc. at Kelt
ner's. i
Mrs. Jackson of' Lostlne was a
gueBt of Dr. and Mrs. C. T. Hock-
ett, over Saturday night.
Mrs. C. O. Stewart and children,
Mrs. Nell Stewart and children of
The Buttes, left Sunday for Spo
kane to visit relatives. -
Poach and apricot trees are in
bloom on Lower Lost Prairie. Indi
cations for another good crop of
fruit'. Potatoes and all early gardens
are planted.
The Flora Journal says it was re
ported there 'that there were 40 cas
es of scarlet fever in Enterprise. As
the rumor went north one case was
added every mile.
Lois E, Smith, organizer and musi
cal director for the W.C.T, U., will
give a lecture and musical program
at the court house In Enterprise Fri
day,' April 14, a 7:30 p. m. Miss
Smith la said to be a lady of excep
tional ability as a speakerand enter
tainer and her lectures are out of the
ordinary in point of Interest and en
Rev. Samuel Harris, pastor of
the Enterprise Presbyterian church
Tor the past two years, left Tues
day for Sonora, Cal., to assume the
pastorate of the church there. Mr,
Harris is a deep bible student and
his sermons on gospel themes evl
deuced bis familiarity with the scrip
tures and their interpretation. He was
very ruccessful in his bible study
?las !.,
Don't forget to call on
when you want .
anything done
Dray Meets All Trains
Baled Alfalfa 51.; Timothy $13
PHONE 1& slaa Um ordan at Bomb's
Kincaid & Co. Clothes," that
clever dressers cannot over
look. It doesn't make any differ
ence wjhere you happen to be,
if you are clothed in these ex
cellent garments you are be
yond criticism.
In the village, in the city, in the metropo
lis or the country, their correctness cannot
be questioned.
We can easily see how you might consider our conversation very
lightly, but if ycu will inspect our clothes you'll appreciate the heavi
ness of every argument.
These clothes are not only smart as to their general lines; they are also
made from fabrics which are very handsome and certainly very unusual.
Japalac and varnlshi stains at 'Kelt
ner's. Geo. W. Paddock began the spring
term of school at Arko in the North
End, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herb. Browning were
guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Kay, at Wallowa, Sunday.
Catholic: Next Sunday there will
be mass and sermon In the Catholic
church at 8 o'clock in the morning.
Everybody is cordiallyi invited.
The ladles of the Methodist church
w give a Tea and Apron sale at
the home of Mrs. J. A. Burleigh on
Thursday, April 20th. The public Is
cordially invited.
Commencing Saturday April 15 and
continuing for ten days, I will have
an Easter Sale of all my trimmed
hats at 25 per cent off the regular
price. Mrs. Chas. Hug.
Joe Campbell, the Union county
bridge builder who has the contract
for the erection of two bridges be
low Wallowa, came up Saturday to
see the county court about the work.
The material, two carloads of it. is
on the ground and a gang of men
are. putting in the foundations for
the new structures.
Call For Mast Meeting.
Notice is hereby given tt tit. tliwe
will be a mass meeting of th jJoc-
tora of the city of Enterprise in the
assembly room of the court house,
Tuesday evening, April 18, at s o'oi Kk.
for the purpose of .placing in nomina
tion, candidates for the offices or May
or, three Councllmen, city roc.order,
City treasurer and city attorney. City
election Monday, May 1.
By order of City Council,
Enterprise, Oregon. City Recorder
April 6, 1911. 97 2.
Pittsburg Gaaette-Time-s.
We are going to hear a gxd doal
about files this coming summer, la
previous seasons crusades afculnst
these pernicious little disease carriers
have been prosecuted with more or
less vigor, but this) year the war is to
be waged In a systematic, scientific
manner. Down South they have al
ready started swatting the fiy. Too
health authorities of Georgia. FlorMa
and Louisiana are putting up po.it eh
deptcting the habits of the houao fly
and its proclivity for gathering and
disseminating disease germs. Thv
'principle of "the fewer flies the leas
sickness" is' being impressed upon
school children as well as housewives.
The state food and drug commissioner
of Tennessee has offered two' gold
medals to school pupils for the best
essays on the house fly as a menace
to health. Out in California the
women have organized for the good
fight. The Texas health officials are
issuing bulletins warning the public
against their subtle foe. The Mer
chants' Association of New York has
Issued "Rules for Dealing With the
Fly Nuisance."
A little' pamphlet Issued by W. D.
Biggera of Detroit, while It contains
many statements scarcely suitable for
breakfast table perusal, deserves a
wide circulation for its plain portrayal
of the evils that follow In the train
of the fly. The Indictment is . a
lengthy one, but it is a true bill. The
fly is put in the same class with the
"mad dog. the snake in the grass and
the wild animal roaming at will," for
the fly is insidious. He lurks in every
corner. He plants his disease germs
on your .bread. He buries.' theml In
) our butter. He drowns them in
your baby's milk bottle. There Is no
escape if he once enters yourt home."
The lesson Is obvious: get busy early.
Don't wait until thej enemy is legion,
start the battle while there Is some
chance of winning. The: fly must go.
(Coatiniad from front page.)
Vedford ....
C rants Pass,
Klamath Falls 2758
, Lake.
Lakevlew '. 1253
Cottage Grove
Cieswell .... .
Eigene. . ....
Junction CRy .
Springfield ....
Toledo ..
Albany ....
Halsey ....
Harrlsburg .
Ltbanon :..
Sf!o .... .
L A M b E
Sodavllle .... 111
Sweet Home 202
Waterloo 83
Nyssa ..... ........ 449
Ontario '.. 1243
Vale i 396
Westfall 137
Aurora 191
Buttevllle....' .. 49
Gervala .... .. . 276
Hubbard 283
Jefferson .. 415
Mt. Angel .. ' '. 545
St Paul.... 103
Salem 14094
Silverton ... 1588
Stayton ' 73
Sublimity 152
Turner 191
Woodburn.... 1616
Heppner 880
lone 239
Lexington 135
Fairview '.. . 204
Gresham 640
Portland 207214
St. Johns ..; 4872
Troutdale 309
Dallas.... 2124
Falls City .... ..... .. 9?9
Independence. ... 1160
Monmouth .. . 493
Grass Valley... 342
Moro .-. . - - 378
Wasco..., 386
Bay City .... ; 281
Nehalem.... .... .... 119
Tillamook .'.. 1352
Antelope 173
Dufur 623
Shanlko 497
The Dalles 4880
Adams i " . 205
Athena 586
Freewater .... 532
Helix . W9
Hermlston 647
Milton ..: .... 12S0
Pendleton .' -4460
Pilot Rock 197
Stanfteld 31S
Umatii.a 198
Weston ;.. 499
Washington. '
Beavertoa 386
Cornelius 459
Forest Grove... ...... 1772
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Hillsboro 2016
Sherwood H5
Fossil .. 421
Mitchell ' 211
Amity..,: 407
Carlton . .. 368
Dayton 453
Dundee ........ .... 196
La Fayette .... ' 412
Newberg 2260
Sheridan , 121
Wtllamina.j 376
Yamhill .... 327
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Wallowa County.
Emma B. Cramer, Plaintiff,
David H. Cramer, Defendant.
To David H. Cramer, above named
Defendant: ,
In the name of the State of Oregon
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed against
you by the plaintiff in the above en
titled court . and cause, within six
weeks from and after the, 12th day
of April, 1911, the same being the
date of the first publication of this
Summons; and if you fail so to
appear end answer, you will be in de-
fault for want thereof and plaintiff
will thereupon apply to said court
for the relief demanded in her com
plaint, to-wit, for a decree of said
court dissolving tha bonds of matri
mony heretofore anl now existing be
tween plaintiff and defendant, and
that said plaintiff have an absolute
divorce from said defendant. i
The defendant will take' notice that
this Summons is published by order
of Honorable J. B. Olmsted, county
Judge of Wallowa county, Oregon, In
the Wallowa Chieftain, a newspaper
published weekly at Enterprise, in ,
said county "and state, and directing
that same be published In said news
paper for a period of six weeks and
seven issues thereof, the date of the
first publication thereof being the
13th day of Apiil, 1911, and the last
publication being the 23th day of May
1911. , A. M. RUNNELLS, .
3tc6 Attorney for Plaintiff.
Foley Kidney Pills .
Neutralize and remove the poisons
that cause backache, rheumatism, ner
vousness and all kidney and bladder
irregularities. They build up and
restore the natural action of these
vital organs. Burnaugh A Mayfleld.
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