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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 29 March 1911

Oregon Historical Sodv, TWICE-A-WEEK WEDNESDAY EDITION CORD TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 95. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA. COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 911. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. ENTERPRISE MEWS-RE REViSED FORES RULES APPROVED DEPARTMENT TO CO-OPERATE WITH STOCKMEN'S ASSO CIATIONS IN MATTER. Washington, March 20 The Secre tary of Agriculture has approved a re vised form of the grazing regulations which governs use of the National Forest ranges. ' In the opinion of the department officers, the, most import ant departures from the old regula tions are found, first, in the fact that provision Is made for recognit ion of a permanent 'National advis ory board representing the sheep and cattle Interests, which will confer an nually with the Secretary of Agri culture concerning grazing matters; and secondly, in the laying down of a rule that on forests where the quali ty of range and advantages for rais- ' log cattle and sheep are equal, the year long rate for sheep after the sea son of 1911 wtUl be th...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 29 March 1911

THE NEWS RECORD . (TwIee-a-Week.) AK INDEPENDENT NEWSPAP1 tH. roraurly the) Wallowa News, Blab lutiad March 3. 1899. . Published Wednesday and S rtur- day at Enterprise, Oregon, by ' THE ENTERPRISE PRESS of fire Eat side Court House Sq'iare Bntarad a second-class matter January 2. 1909, at the postofrice at Bnterprlso. Oregon, under the 'Act of Mareh 8, 1879. . ' Subscription Rate -. One year $2, ti months $1. three mouths 60c, tw month . 20c. On yearly cah-ia-Jvjiiicp niliriiiirfnna a discount of 36c la adren WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1911. Many of our neighboring towns and cities are instituting clean-up days sim liar to the one successfully carried out in Enterprise last year planned by the Improvement club and so ably en dorsed by the city council. The gfd work should be again taken up. AVliil notices for clean-up day appear In many of our exchanges the Morning Al bertan at Calgary, Canada, goes them all one better. It says: "Beginning at 8 o'clock on the morning of Mon day, April 10...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 29 March 1911

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. . Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Ore gon, February 27, 1911.. Notice la hereby given that Elisha R. Ward, of Enterprise, Oregon, who, on. February 17, 1909, made Homestead Application No. 0C827, for lot 3, sec tion 6, township 2 south, range 44 east Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Commuta tion Proof, to establish claim ts the land above described, before Carl Roe tJ. S. Commissioner, at his office at Enterprise, Oregon, on the 20th aay of April, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: James Moots, James A. Ward, Charles A. McAllster, rmd Charles D. Emmons all of Enterprise. Oregon. 29c5 F. C. BRAMWELL, Register. No Need To Stop Work, When your doctor orders you to stop work, It staggers you. "I can v you say. You know you are weak run-down and failing In health day by day, but you must work as long as you can stand. What you need is Electric Bitters to give tone, strength and vigor to your system, to pr...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 29 March 1911

Of SPHERE'S a certain touch of smartness to Brandegee Kincaid & Co. Clothes," that clever dressers cannot over look. It doesn't make any differ ence where you happen to be, if you are clothed in these ex ENTERPRISE MERCANTILE & MILLING COMPANY . . City and County Brief News Item.' Fishing tackle and salmon eggs at Knltuer's. E. A. Searle of Vallowa was hi the city the latter part of last week, on piano business. The bakset social to have been giv en at, the Pratt school houae lias been called off. Esther Purdln, Utile daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Purdln of Alder Slope, Is ill of pneumonia. Mrs, A. S. Cooler loft Wednesday mornings for Linn county In response to word of the serious Illness of her mother. The high wind of Friday night blew over several of the sheds at the Fair, grounds. The damage was not great. Col. F. S. Ivanhoe has taken a part ner in his law business lm La Grande. Jesse Simmons of Nevada. The new firm Is Ivanhoe & Simmons. Screen wire and screens at ...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 1 April 1911

?on Historical Society TWICE -A-WEEK SA TURD A Y EDITION TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 96. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1911. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. FWTFUl NEWS-1REC0RD OKUHOMAN HARNESS BUSINESS L. BERLAND SELLS SHOP TO J. F. BRUCE OLDEST BUT ONE IN CITY. L. Borland's harness and saddlery shop, the oldest mercantile business In this city but one under the same ownership and management, has) been bought by J. P, Bruce, who recently came here from Alva, Okl. Tha deal was a straight ' sale proposition and amounted to the neighborhood of 4,000. Mr. Berlandl started In. business here 13 years ago last fall and has always enjoyed a fine trade. His dealings extended all over the county,. Stock men and ranchers came from as far as 60 miles to trade with Mr. Berland because of his known uprightness and probity and because they liked him. He has been very successful, and re tires with a good share of this world's goods. He says he has mo In tention , of leaving Enterprise. He stil...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 1 April 1911

mii NEWS RECORD (Twlo-a-Waek.) XX XNDKPKNDBNT NEWSPAPI tR. renawrly ths Wallowa News, estab lished Marcn a. ublished Wednesday and Satur days at Enterprlio. Oregon, by ENTERPRISE PRESS ille Tourt Hoimo Square THE -riicraxl as second-class iuitu-er mr.T 2 1909, at the postofflce at ittrprlse. Oregon, under the Act of :irrh S. 1879. rlvi'.i. Kates: One year 9. , -i i three mouth 50c, j 'h-JOu. On yearly cash-in- t iihwrlptJons a discount of im given. SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1911. T "0i8 are favorable to an earl .n '.on of the fruitgrower of the i . Into a Centra Selling Ag i n g the plan outlined at the ,i A'a.'.a conference. Nine asso ,:r '-); of horticultural men have al filly ondorseJ the plan and the; Wen- ', i ii)nrcial club has adopt i favoring It, following ' ! : I?nt!on. The Freewal- .' 0 a are also In sympathy V; -j.ameit. Editorial en . '.ris have been obtained In !"! !t :i:ig newspapers of the North ::; t 13 pointed out that the grow 3. s j uu tvjtj thing to gain by such an amal...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 1 April 1911

Blfl TS 'IMMENSE COMPARED TO COST PUBLICITY EXPENSE B.RINGS 10 . .. . .. i . i TO 100 TO UNfc in v.vu ONIST RETURNS. pendlture In advertising for colon lets haa produced colonists' invest ments' In Oregon that make thel cost of publicity seem slight. Reports came yesterday to William McMurray, general passenger agent of the O.-W. R. & N. Co., showing in de tail how $K worth of advertising of a town's rsourcees either by the town or Portland commercial bodies, or the railroad, has led to investments of $100 to $1000. The reports showed that most of the incomers are remain ing, that nearly all have found Ore gon's resources rather understated than overstated. Fifteen Thousand Have Come. The colonists rates on the transcon tinental lines began March 10. They will end April 10. About half the time has gone. There have arrived in the state, in round numbers, 15,000 peo ple. They are broadly divided into three classes, namely, capitalists, la borers, and homeseekers. In the third clas...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 1 April 1911

B3BBS 2KXS2TKU NEW SPRING SHOES B aFllwul5 uiuumiug The kind you've always wanted but couldn't get them here before. 'Buy Where You Can Buy the Cheapest" MEN'S OXFORDS $5 00 Patent Leather Button, at $4 10 4 50 Brown Kid 3 S Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords $5 00 Patent Leather, cloth top, button $3 30 5 00 Patent Leather, Gun Metal top, lace 8 30 5 00 Patent Leather, Gun Metal, Button Pump 3 25 5 00 Tan Lace Oxfords 3 30 3 60 Viei Patent Tip Blucher 2 50 8 00 Box Calf Blucher 1 98 8 00 Tan Viei Kid Button or Lace 1 98 . 3 00 Viei Kid Oxford, Tan or Black 1 98 Misses' Shoes and Oxfords, sizes 12 to 2 1-2 $2 00 Viei. Kid Black lace shoe... $1 69 2 25 Viei Kid, Tan, button or lace shoe 1 69 2 25 Viei Kid, Tan or Black Oxfords 1 69 2 50 Viei Kid Tan Pumps 2 00 Girl's Shoes and Oxfords, 8 to 11 1.2 $2 00 Viei Blucher Tan or Black. $1 35 2 00 Viei Kid Oxfords, tan or black 1 85 Infant's Shoes anil Oxfords, 5 to 8 $1 75 Viei Kid, Tan, button or lace $1 25 1 50 Viei Kid, black, button or lace 98 ...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 5 April 1911

WEDNESDA Y EDITION E NEW CORD 2 TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 97. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1911. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. NTFRPRIS MASS MEETfflG FOR CITY NOMINATIONS COUNCIL DIRECTS CALL ISSUED SEVEN OFFICERS TO ELECT THIS SPRING. At the city council meeting Mon day night the city recorder was di rected to issue a call for a mass meeting to be held in the assembly room of the court house, Tuesday night, April 18, to nominate candi dates for the city election. The term of Counctlmen Hockett, Funk and Combes expire this spring and the of fices of mayor, recorder, treasurer and attorney are to be filled. Following are 'the judges of elec tion appointed: T. R. Akins, B. B. Boyd and L. B Payne Counctlmen Ashley, Hockett and Funk compose a committee to con fer with property owners relative to opening Lltch street through to River street. Councllmen Combes and Hockett, with 'the marshal, are to Inspect the need for bridges asked for on West Main street. Th city ditch committ...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 5 April 1911

THE NEWS RECORD (Twle--Week.) AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPI tR. (formerly the Wallowa New, tab- Hubert March 3. 1899. ; Published Wednesdays and Satur- iay at Enterprise. Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS ji i ice Kaat side Court House Squnre Bntered as second-class matter lanuary 2. 1909, at the postofflce t Suterprise. Oregon, under the Act of larch 3. 1879. HiihwriTt.lrm Rates ! One rear $2, tn months $1, throe mouths EOc, a month 20c. On yearly oaau-ln-.advance subscrlplions a discount of "5c la gWeo. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1911. DRY FARMING SUCCESS HERE. TUlman Reuter ot Madras, Crook county. Is receiving considerable newspaper notoriety these days be cause of his success In dry fanning. On the semi-arid uplands near Mad ras he produces big crops of splen did quality, Including alfalfa, forage plants, roots, onions and summer squash, all without irrigation'. Yet on these products Mr. Rculer has won prizes ln open competition. It Is said that contrasted with neigh boring farms, it, looks a...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 5 April 1911

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. TJ. S. Land Office at La Grande, Ore Bon, February 27, 1911. Notice Is hereby given that Elteha R. Ward, of Enterprise, Oregon, who, on February 17, 1909, made Homestead Application No. OC827, for lot 3, sec tion 6, township 2 south, range 44 east Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Final Commuta tion Proof, to establish claim t the land above described, before Carl Roe U. S. Commissioner, at hla office at Enterprise, Oregon, on the 20th day of April, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses James Moots, James A, Ward, Charles A. Mc Alls tor; and Charles D. Emmons all of Enterprise, Oregon. 29c6 F. C. BRAMWELL, Register. Constipation brings many ailments in its train and is the primary cause of much sickness. Keep your bowels regular madam, and you will escape many of the ailments to which women are subject. Constipation is a very simple thing, but like many simple things,, it may lead to serious con sequences. Natu...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 5 April 1911

""""".inirM IVr andecee kincaid & CO. f" . CLOTHES. ENTERPRISE MERCANTILE & MILLING COMPANY City and County Brief News Items Pittsburg Electric Weld field fenc ingthe weld that held at Keltner'a. ' Miss Cora Borland vlBlted at Jo seph from Saturday until Tuesday. The street grader recently ordored by the council has arrived and la In una. It cost $235. Lee Weaver, who works for Ray Johnson on Ininaha, is , visiting at home for a few duys. Geo. W. Hyatt of the E. M. & M. Co returned Sunday from & business trip to the North Country woods. . Garden tools, sprays, etc. at Kelt ner'a. Miss Audrey Combes went to Wal lowa Tuesday to get subscribers for the Pacific Monthly. W. E. Howard of Clarkstoa was here several days looking after his Investments northeast of , town, re turning, home, Tuesday. Mrs. ,M. A. Stlllmnn and baby loft Sunday for their new home In the Grande Ronde, Mr. SUUmnu following on Tuesday. He will engage Ins fann ing. . Joe Melotte, who was so badly in j...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 8 April 1911

Oregon Historical Socio.! TWICE -A-WEEK SA TURD A Y EDITION J It? ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY; OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1911.' TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 98. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. V - I EMTEEPRISE m . wm m mms. m mm mm a m -m . mmr m mmmm k mm m m m rmnr f I f f. ' . ., r , , ' , HAREM SKIRT WILL STAY SAY MODISTES j-' GROWING POPULARITY OF, BIFUR CATED GARMENT PREDICTS; ITS PERMANENCY. ; New York. April 7 If any . on thinks the harem skirt Is going to be laughed and ridiculed out of fash ion much, the same as the direetolre gown "and sheath" skirts were, and aa the hobble Is now being, that person has . another unusually, large sized think coming, according to many of the dress and health experts of New York., .. " . ,- .- .;. -vv ' '' And should the harem remain, dressmakers are agreed that common aense will have scored the greatest victory over mere fashion on reoord.; ' Not many can be found to rave over the appearance of the bifurcated ekjrt, although leading modistes say that when the p...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 8 April 1911

THE NEWS RECORD (Twlce-a-WeeK.) . ,.nm(T NEWSPAPER. Formerly the Wallowa News, entab- nsasq warcna.xir1i Published Wednesdays and Satur days at Enterpriae, Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRES8 Jf flee Bast aide Court House Square Bntered aa second-clase matter .,...u.. 9 lQflQ at the DOStOffiCe at tester prise. Oregon, under tie Act of Marsh 8. 1879 Subscription Rates: One year $2, ,i months $1. three mouths 60c. mm modth 20o. On yearly cash-ln 4veiice subscriptions a discount of Me la rfraa. SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1911. EDUCATIONAL SUPERFICIALITY. The old question what are high schools for to fit boys and girls for college or for life? ought to be finally determined soon; since the professional Judgment upon this mat ter Is that they do neither, says the Ohio State Journal, In the Carnegie foundation report It la said, "that the same crltlcisn; 1s made of the high school graduate by business men that -Is made b ' the colleges, namely, vant of Uio roughness, lack of, that mental dis clpline ...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 8 April 1911

n COLLEGE TO FIGHT PESTS UIORCHARDS SIX 0, A. C'8TUDENT8 TO BEGIN , WAR SOON ON FRUIT . DESTROYERS. Corvallls, April 7 A big campaign against the pests which destroy or chards in Oregon Is to be started shortly by six experts from the state agricultural college, In accordance with the legislative bill providing funds for such work. Under the di rection of Dean A. B. Cordley of the college of agriculture, Prof. C. I. Lewis of the horticultural department and Prof.' H.Ls. Jackson of the en tomology department, the college will establish division headquarters In the .principal fruit centers of the state- "" Portland, Salem, Eugene, Roseburg, and perhaps Milton and from there the Investigations, will extend over the entire state. " This is not the first work of the sort done by 'the college, though It Is the j first state-wide campajgn against all kinds of pests. Many thousands of dollars have been saved the orchard men of Oregon by the timely advice I of the professors. ; The thirty-fi...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 8 April 1911

SI 'S f T t 5 : , 1 4 i v S 1 i'i i JlvLvL vujim MJi T day - and Every Day Sold in quantities, from one-half gallon to as much as you want, Ice Packed and Delivered To any part of the cityj Fancy makes to order. Shipment of fresh Cake Cones Just, arrived. Guaranteed pure . and wholesome. Ice Cream De partment equipped with new " machinery and wc can furnish any quantity on short notice . ENTERPRISE CREAMERY PHONE- IN YOUR ORDER t etters "o e People " Communication!) on topics of peri oral intoreHt puhlmhed under this headiufr. provided they are free from abuae, not too long and aigned CHANCE FOR "ENTERPRISE SPIRIT." i The fine town- spirit of Enterprise j has often beon spoken of '.in my presence. I myself saw something of i It manifested when the town's repro-1 sentatlveB returned from winning the decision for the High School. Just at present the townspeople of Enterprise have another excellent op portunity to give further expression of this "town spirit," by boosting and supportin...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 12 April 1911

WEPNESDAY EDITION MEW ECORD TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 99. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1911, CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. TWICE-A-WEEK TO HANDLE CROPS FROM FIELD TO SHIP WHEAT FARMERS LEASE PORT LAND DOCK EEGIN RICE' CULTURE AT STAYTON. Portland April 11 Wheat growers of 28 counties of the Pacific North west, 13 in Oregon, 6 in Idahoand 9 in Washington, members of the Farmers' Union, have secured a lease on Columbia Dock No. 1, for the sea son and propose to handle their crop from the field to the ships taking it to foreign markets. The purpose of the move is 'not solely to handle the grain of the members but to make a profit! out of the traffic. Purchases of grain will be made in the wheat belt Just asi in dividual firms buy It and plans are being made for the Incorporation of a transportation company. Sales of wheat will be made on , the dock, terms being fob Portland.-' Rice in Oregon may soon become an accomplished fact for experiments have been undertaken on a tract...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 12 April 1911

THE NEWS RECORD (Twlce-a-Week.) N INDEPKNDENT NEWSPAPER. rormerlj iha Wallowa fJewa, wtab- llahed M arch 3. J99 Published Wednesday and 8atur days at Enterprise, Oreaon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS Office East side Court House Square Bnlered as second-claw matter January 1, 1909, at the postofflce at Enterprise. Oregon, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Bubscriptlon Rates: One year $2, tlx months $1, throe mouth 60c, ote month 20c. On yearly oah-ln-Mlvance subscriptions a discount of .'V Is ('en WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1911. RETURNING TO OLD STANDARDS. There has been much misunder standing and more misrepresentation of what the Progressive movement In congress and out of it stands for. By the standpatters and reactionaries It has been compared to every fail and ism that has sprung up during the last 100 years, and a like brief career predicted for It. There was never a more mistaken conception. The Progressive move ment is an attempt to return to the old standards and Inspiration of the fath...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 12 April 1911

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. TJ. S. Land Office at La Grande, Ore gon, February 27, 1911. Notice la hereby given that Elteha n wrd of Enterprise. Oregon, who, on February 17, 1909, made Homestead Application No. 0T.827, for lot 3, sec tion 6, township 2 south, range 44 east Willamette Meridian, has fllednotice of Intention to make Final Commuta tion Proof, to establish claim t the land above described, before Carl Roe U. 8. Commissioner, at his office at Enterprise, Oregon, on the 20th day of April, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: James Moots, James A, Ward, Charles A. McAlister, and Charles D. Emmons ' all of Enterprise, Oregon. 29c6 F. C. BRAMWELL, Register. ship 1 south, range 44 east, Willam ette Meridian, has filed notice of In tention to make Final Commutation Proof, to establish claim to the land ibove described, before Carl Roe, Uni ted States Commissioner, at his office it Enterprise, Oregon, on the 22nd. Jay of April, 1911. riaimant names as witne...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 12 April 1911

1 THERE'S a certain touch of smartness to Brandegee BRANDEGEE KINCAID A CO. 1 . CLOTHES. ENTERPRISE MERCANTILE & MILLING COMPANY .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 there. 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 subscription...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
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