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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 18 January 1911

Oregon Historical Society TwiceaWeek Wednesday Edition SRECORD ALL THE OFFICIAL NEWS OF WALLOWA COUNTY IN THE N-R 11 ALL THE NEWS WHILE H It NEWS TWICE-A-WEEK NEWS RECORD TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 75. ENTERPRISE, WALUOWA COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1911. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NEW Cent a word single Insertion, 1 cents a word 2 Insertions. Special rates by month and year. ' WANTED. lien and team wan'ted to haul lum ber. For particulars see the B. M & M. Co. 70btf. MISCELLANEOUS. Hall's Rooming House. Everything new and modern, hot and cold wat er, electric lights, free baths. Board and room. Reasonable rates. Block west I. O. O. F. hall, Joseph, One. Mrs. BMar Hall, proprietress. 70b6m. MONEY TO LOAN State Funds loaned, 6 per cent. John P. Rusk, Xttj. State Land E'd. Joseph FOR SALE. Studebaker wagon-, 2k Inch, and stake-rack bed. All lai good condi tion. Cheap for cash. W. W. Zur cher. Enterprise. 66b4 I will sell all or any of my town prop e ty at reasonable prices. W. W. Zurch...

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. — 18 January 1911

MB NEWS RECORD (Twteo-a-Week.) AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Formerly the Wallowa Newa, aatab- unueri March 3. 1899. Published Wednesday and Satur days at Enterprise, Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRE8S Office East side Court House Square "Entered as eeeond-class matter January 2, 1909, at the postofflce at Enterprise. Oregon, under the Act of March 3. 1679. Subscription Ratea: One year U, six montha $1, three moutha 60c, one month 20c. On yearly caa-ln advance subscriptlocs a discount of JSc Is given. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1911. BETTER ROADS NEEDED. There has been some criticism by a member of the county court of the editorial In .this paper last week de ploring that a larger levy was not made for road purposes. He claims it was misleading because, while the two levies were correctly stated, the amounts they would raise- was not given. This paper haa given right along the figures on the assessment, first the assessor's estimate, then the totals as equalized by the county board, and finall...

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. — 18 January 1911

LOUIS TRACY Author of the "Pillar of Light' "The Wings of the Morn ing" and "The Captain of the Kansas." J Copyright, 1909. by Edward J. Clod. CHAPTER XIII. THE LURE OF GOLD. kHILIP, I want to tell you something." "Something pleasant?" "No." "Then why tell me?" "Because, unhappily, It must be told. I hope you will forgive me, though I shall never forgive myself. Oh, my dear, my dear, why did we ever meet? And what am I to say? I well, I have promised to marry another man." "Disgraceful!" said Philip. "Philip, dear, this is quite serious," said Iris, momentarily withdrawing her wistful gaze from the faraway line where sapphire sea and amber Bky met in harmony. Northeastern Brazil Is a favored clime. Bad weath er is there a mere link, as it were, be tween unbroken weeks of brilliant sun shine. At her present pace the TJnser Fritz would enter the harbor at Per nambuco ou the following morning. Iris, her troubled face resting on her hands, her elbows propped on the rails of the poop on ...

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. — 18 January 1911

ENDS WINTER'S TROUBLES. To many, yhulw la a season of trouble. The froat-blttetn toe and fingers, chappad hand and llp, chu" blivuis, cold-sorc, ired asid rough eking, prov thla. But, such troubles fly before Bucklenw Arnica Salve. A trial convinces. Greatest hosier of Burns, Bolls, Pilea, Cuts, Sores, Brui ses, Eczema, and Sprain. Onty 2Do at all druggist. KILL MORE THAN WILD BEASTS. H. E. Merryman, time on sur Th'A number of doot1o klMed year- veyor's record 35 00 Iv by wild beast don't approach -the q u. Clark, rent of hall . i vast number killed by diseaao germ. No Mo is safe from ilhetr attack:. r.bey'ro In water, dust air, eveni food. Mrs. W. L. Gaskill and Mrs. Ralph True accompanied Mr. GaakUl to Portland, Wednesday, -where he, went to see about his, horse held in quar antine at the stockyards. The library which is on the third floor of the courthouse will be made free to the public next Saturday af ternoon. Besides the 400 volumes that the library contains the public will h...

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. — 21 January 1911

Oregon Historical Society -a- Week Saturday Edition i u vv o r uu ud TWELFTH TEAR. NO. 76. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, ORE., SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1911. OK FDR "HARMON IN Boom for Ohio's Governor as Democratic Presidential Candidate Launched. CHAMP CLARK FORESEES VICTORY FOR PARTY Nation's Leaders of Minority Party Gather In Baltimore to Honor Mem ory of Andrew Jackson and to Cele brate November Victories Coming Speaker of House Pleads for Prom ise Fulfillment. f Baltimore, Jan. n.-'Harmon and harmony" is the rallylng-cry of a con siderable faction of the nation's dem ocratic leaders, who met in Baltimore today ostensibly to honor the memory of Andrew Jackson in the city where he was first nominated for the presi dency. Little was heard about Andy, however, at least during the early stages of today's Jollification, he be ing, as a Tammany statesman ' ex pressed It, "a stiff," but much was heard of Harmon, Woodrow Wilson, Gaynor, Folk, Francis and other lead ing democrats who are loo...

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. — 21 January 1911

ALWAYS THE NEWS RECORD " (Twloe-a-Week.) AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Formerly the Wallowa News, estab- hi. ! ur.h 3. 1899. iblloheri Wednesday and $atur lay at Enterprise. Oregon, by . I'HE ENTERPRISE PRESS Hflce East side Court Houae Square Kntereu aa econd-clas matter . -i Hilar; 2 19"S, at the postofflce at ). 'trp;i-i . : ,.i i I 'in 't 'h v f " . rcli ; ' m . lubt'T;-ijitJ i.aura-' uua ye.r $2. ix luouuiii" 1. three mouths 60c, one month 2e. On yearly cahla mhaiu siiliHrriiiiimm .a discount of "f! 1 (lVD SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1911. STATE AID FOR ROADS. Five highway bills are before the legislature, endorsed by the Good Roads association, end by the Coun ty Judges and Commissioners aseo- cladon. They are modeled on the most effoetN and equitable meas ures adopted by other states. They are vital to the progress of the state and we hope they will' be adopted. The one appropriating state aid to the counties la building roads la based upon $10,000 from the state to every $20,000 raise...

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. — 21 January 1911

City and County Brief News Items C. S. Haney ,was at Lostlne Fri day on. business. J A. Burleigh waft at Los time Thurs day on legal business. Take your eggs to Davis & Ward and gwt cash. 43btf Ed A. Anderson of Chlco went to La Grande Thursday on a business trip., " Mr. and Mrs, Aaron Wade went to Union county, Thursday, to visit rel atives. First doss shine at Calvin's Ibar bor shop. 6&btf. M S. F. Pace returned Wednes day from a visit with relatives at Lostlne. Editor R. H.' Jonas, and Mrs. Jonas of the Wallowa Sun aire In Portland ithia week. E. M. Barton of Promise made -' final proof on hi homestead at the La, Grandei land office) Wednesday. tt you want 'rood toad tor your team and good treatment oome to White Front Barn, 97btf 'Deputy District, Attorney Dill and Sheriff Edgar Marvin were at Los tlne, Thursday, holding the prelimin ary hearing of Alvln Harris, accused of shooting Fred Jacob. Miss- Jeuiit Knapp and Mr. Harry C. Hearing, both of Leap, were married by Rev...

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. — 21 January 1911

WILL TEACH I'HITE PLAGUE PREVENTION BILLBOARDS TO BE PUT TO BENEFICIAL USE Twenty Thousand Colored Fosters to Re TMfmlATed During Next Three MonthsValue $1M,000. During the next three months, the billboard! of the United State will display 20,000 educational posters on tuberculosis, according; to an an1 nnnnmment made today by the Na. tional Association for the Study and Prevention Of Tuberculosis. This will conclude the campaign begun a year ago, when the National Blllnosters' association donated free pace to the tuberculosis cause, the Tntr winters' association Offered tree printing, and nine paper manu facturers gave the paper for the post mrm. The eomblned value of these sev' ral donations for this three-month campaign Is nearly $100,000. The posters are in six different de alms and are all nrtnted In three col ors. They are 7 feet wide and feet hlrh. Already nearly 2100 of these posters have been hung on the bill boards of 46 different cities, and It Is nlanneA to distribute 20...

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. — 25 January 1911

V Oregon Historical Socio'? TWICE -A - WEEK WEDNESDA Y EDITION RECORD ii TWELFTH YEAR, NO, 77. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1911 CITY, OFFICIAL.' PAPER. NEWS CITY TIKES OVER PUBLIC LIBRARY ACCEPTS TENDER FROM, LADIES IMPROVEMENT LEAGUE '2 MILL FOR SUPPORT. At a called meeting of the city council Wednesday night, January 18, dt was moved and carried that the city accept the tender of the library by the Ladies Improvement, league, and Install a free library for the use of the public. The report of Boehmer and pace, auditors of the city accounts, was approved; filed and ordered publish ed. It la found elsewhere lni this paper. The city attorney was directed to prepare an ordinance relating to rates, rules and regulations of the city's water system. On motion the city levy of 7 mills was divided as follows: General fund 4 mills, road fund 2 mills, library fund; Vt mill. Following are the Claims Allowed. W. J. Funk & Co 5 35 A. J. Boehmer and A. M. Pace ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 25 January 1911

It's a sure thing THAT NOWHERE IN 1911 Will You Get Better Cigars Pipes and Tobaccos Better Candy or half as good Hot Battered Popcorn and Hot Peanuts Than at--. PRENTISS HOMAN Next Door to Bank REOPENED The Red Front Blacksmith Shop by the reliable blacksmiths XV. p. Hambleton fl Son Machine Repairing Horseshoing Same old stand Enterprise Oregon eH4tf R. R. FLACK, M. D. C. V. S Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist County Veterinarian. Enterprise, Oregon. Annual Clearing' $ale COME! What your money will buy. With such goods as we sell, a clearing sale means something worth while. It's isn't simply that you have a chance at this season of the year to buy merchandise for less money than is usually paid for it, but you have a chance to buy unusually good merchandise at less than usual. All Dress Overcoats All sheep-lined Overcoats' All Wool Blankets All Suits Now is the TimeThis is the Place C. H. ZURCHER The Men's Outfitter Cole! Weather Comfort Depends on Good Stoves "Superior" Stoves and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 25 January 1911

fihe ft... i rim a By J LOUIS TRACY Author of the "Pillar of Light,W "The Wings of the Morn ing" and "The Captain of the Kansas." J Copyright, 1909. by Edward J. Clod CHAPTER XIV. THE NEW ERA. A SWAGGERING officer and a man habited like a beggar ; lauded unobserved at a coal wharf, moored a ship's boat to a bolt and passed swiftly through a silent town till they reached the closed gates of an Infantry barrack perched on a hill that rose, steeply above the clustering roofs of Maceio. The officer knocked loudly on a small door inset in the big gates. After some delay it was opened. A sentry chal lenged. "Capltano San Benavides," announced the officer, and the man stood to atten tion. "Enter, my friend," said San Bena vides to his ragged companion. The latter stepped within. The colonel's house was in darkness, yet San Benavides rapped imperative ly. An upper window was raised. A voice was heard, using profane lan guage. A head appeared. Its owner cried, "Who is it?" with additions. "S...

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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 25 January 1911

E. M. M. Company CLEARANCE This month we are closing out the old and opening up the new stock and many bargains may be obtained at Clearing Sale Prices. e Save one-fourth of your money at our closing sales ENTERPRISE MERCANTILE & MILLING COMPANY City and County Brief News Items Carter the Cartoonist at opera house Friday nht, Chris Bauer left Tuesday for hie ranch on the Iinuaha. Joe-Allen returned Monday from a trip to outside points, . Rov. 0 Iff oixl Ernest returned Fri day from Southern Oregon. A. C. Milter and Carl Roe were business visitors at Wallowa, Tuesday. ter a visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Fitzpatrkk, Charles L. Hughes of Joseph has filed on a homestead, hLs application being received at the La Grande of fice, Thursday. An Interesting demonstration for the ladles ,wlll take place at the E. M. & M. store, Thursday, Jan. 26. AJ1 are invited. 77bl Mr. and Mrs. John W. Weaver of Wallowa, who were recently married, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Weaver of A...

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. — 28 January 1911

Oreson Historical Society TWICE -A- WEEK SA TURD A Y EDITION TERFMSE MEWSRECORD TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 78. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, ORB., SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1911. CITY OFFICIAIi PAPER. EN BOOSTING Hill cation of extending ' the recall to judges," said Senator Gates today. "When the decision was announced it stiffened the backs of the progres sives and no argument will now in duce us to withdraw the clause relat ing to the recall of judges from the bill." A great number of lawmakers echo his expression as Ruef once confess ed and it Is notorious that he was irulltv of passing bribes In San Fran cisco. . . Three Hundred Enthusiasts From Portland Invade Cap ital City. NEW ORGANIZATION SUBJECT OP DISCUSSION Washington, D. C. Jan. 24. Wheth er the national progressive republican league, formed yesterday, was organ ized to fight Tatt or means a third party in 1912, Is much discussed to day. ' Leaders of the movement say neither is the case. Sen. Bristow of Kansas, said: "It is' designed ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 28 January 1911

Professional Cards C T. HOCKETT. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office to. Lltch building. Room 115. Horn Ind. Phone la office Z and residence. DR. W. L. NICIIO-S. $ - Osteopathic Physician j ' 135-137 L4tcb Bldg. . Tuesday, Thursday and Sup!! J ! day, Phoae in ftce. and office. 1 DR. C. A..ATJLT :: physician and surgeon '. ', Office in Bank Building. ' Home phone both office aad ; residence. J. A. BURLEIGH ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office In Lltch Building. Enterprise, Oregon, J - --- ------ - SHEAHAN & COOLEY LAWYERS ENTERPRISE Practice in State and Federal t uouna ana uiieriur uiiiuu- y W. C. KETCHUM DENTIST - ENTERPRISE Office in Lltch Building. Room I 121. Home Independent Phone. 1 e THOS M. DILL ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office la Litoh building, Room! 107. Enterprise, Oregon. 2 A- a e. A. .m.. o. .a. ft. ti . TTTTTt'TVTTrTTTTTTTTTTTTTfT DANIEL BOYD ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practice In aU Stat Court and J J Inferior Department, uareiui at- i tentlon te all business. j ! CHARLES THOMAS LAW1LR - ENTERPRISE...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 28 January 1911

City and County Brief News Items Tak your eggs to Davis & Ward and get cash. . 4aotr Mrs. J. C. Conley spent the day Thursday at Lostlne. Mr. end Mrs. J. S. Wagner went to Lostlne Friday to visit relatives. Polk Mays was on, Thursday's train coin to outside points on, a busi ness trip. : A crew of Japs are fencing the rail road right of .way between Waiaowa . and Mlnam. - Mrs. L. A. Jackson, da 111 of pneumo nia at the Browning hospital la this olty. , Lloyd Purdln of Alder Slope left Thurmijiv ffvr Proesser. Wash:, on business. ' If tou want good feed for your team and good treatment come to White Front Barn. ' Arch Wllletf. one of the victims in the Lostdne shooting, was able to be out am the street Wednesday. Wiseacres adlvl&e us not to go to extremes; but how ca.ni we; comb our hai.- or put on. our shoes in1 the mom ing Without going to extremes? W R. Bookout went to La Grande Friday to see hie .wife, who Is lm the hospital there recovering from en, operation. He expects...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 28 January 1911

PACIFIC COAST IS VULNERABLE POINT THUS CONSIDERED BY BRIGADIER-GENERAL MAUS Declares Navy on Pacific Coast More Important Today Than an Army Protection is Needed.' That the Pacific coast la the most vulnerable point in the entire country and the most inviting place for the attack of a foreign enemy is the state ment of Brigadier-General Marlon P, Maus, commanding the department of the Columbia. He urges adequate protection for this seaboard, not so much in additional land forces but In augmented naval power. "You are far. from the Bast," said General Maus in discussing this sub ject "You have lines of transporta tion that can be blocked and you can be shut off. I therefore warn you to look out for that. Don't forget it Protection is a good thing for us. "This -country has great natural wealth and we want to keep it You don't want to allow the cupidity of a foreign nation to get the better of you. To keep your wealth, you should take these precautions that are sen' slble. "We should ...

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 February 1911

TWICE-A-WEEK WEDNESDAY EDITION ENTERPRISE CORD TWELFTH YEAR, NO. 79. ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1911. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. NEWS-RE ... Cent a word single Insertion, 1 cents a word 2 Insertions. Special rates by month and year. WANTED. Men and teams wanted to haul lum ber. For particulars Bee the E. M. & M. Co. 70b tf. CHICKENS) WANTED" 100 dozen, at once. 8 cents a pound for hens and young roosters. Old roosters 5 cents. Enterprise Meat Company. 78a3 MISCELLANEOUS. HaLI'v Rooming House. Everything new and modern, hot and cold wat er, electric lights, free baths. Board and room. Reasonable, rates. Block west I. O. O. F. hall, Joseph, Ore. Mrs. ' BUar Hall, proprietress. 70b6m. MONEY TO LOAN State Funds loaned, 6 per cent. John P. Rusk. Att& State Land B'd. Joseph FOR SALE. Incubator and 'brooder, C. C, Shoe maker make, tested with on 6 hatch. Going to more and will sell reason able. Furniture, coaster bicycle. Lee R. DeVore, Enterprise. 78b2 fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 1 February 1911

It's a sure thing THAT NOWHERE IN 191) Will You Get Better Cigars Pipes and Tobaccos Better Candy or half as good Hot Battered Popcorn and Hot Peanuts Than at PRENTISS HOMAN Next Door to Bank THE NEWS RECORD (Twice-a-Week.) AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. rormerly ths Wallowa News, stab- iisUed March 3. 1899. Published Wednesdays and Satur days a Enterprise, Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS Office East side Court House Square Entered as second-class matter January 2. 1909, at the postofflce a Enterprise. Oregon, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription Rates: One year ?2, six months $i, three mouths 50c, on month 20e. On yearly cash-in-advance aubscrlptlons a discount ol lie la given. , WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1911 REOPENED The Red Front Blacksmith Shop by the reliable blacksmiths W. P. Hambleton 1 Son Machine Repairing Horseshoing Same old stand enterprise Oregon The Columbia river output of sal mon for the season was 290,000 cases, valued at 3,DOO,0O0. A Great Clubbing Offer Semi-Week...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 1 February 1911

it f .ln..r. w -Ha 11 By J LOUIS TRACY 858 Author of the "Pillar of Light," "The Wings of the Morn ing" and "The Captain of the Kansas." Copyright. 1909. by Edward J. Clod CHAPTER XV. CAltMELA. A MONO the many words borrowed Att by the Brazilians from their Spanish speaking neighbors that for "tomorrow" is per haps the most popular. The Span lard's manana is so elastic that it cov ers any period of time between the next twenty-four hours and the In definite future. When, therefore, Dom Sylva spoke of controlling Pernam buco before the month of September was barely half sped he was either too sanguine or too literal in his transla tion of easy going Portuguese Into vigorous English. His qulnta, or country house, was situated on the upper watershed of tbo river Moxoto. There be raised bis standard, thither flocked rebels ga lore, end in that direction, with due caution, President Barraca pushed col umns of troops by road and rail from Bahia, from Pernambuco and from Macelo Itself, for...

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Enterprise news-record. — 1 February 1911

mi 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....

Publication Title: Enterprise News-Record
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