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Here We Corns For i IN AND ABOUT TOWN. i i t In Ttc SpriPQ "8 V?7 75". i-urns to lighter weight goods for Spring and Summer C.vear. We have the best and largest stock of this kind .ve rver handled. There are many things here in inany varieties of all weights and the prices are lighter than S ;usral too Pleasing. But Does it Fit? t i u us Si n t When you buy a suit ofj clothes thev must fit right, i r.s well as look right. Thevrj w'.ll last longer; and that is what gives you value in clo thes. Our ready-to-wear suits will save you money fit you and please you. 1-....S A Man's Clothes. I; h Should be given careful consideration. Thest jUveil niad-e suits have a fashion o" their own that wi t make them popular. Thev are Lhe best product ol season. The material, colors. fir.:.;::, iyic ar.d work jmanship are excellent ar.d the fit guarnuiteed. jf you Want a Good Fit r Come to us and wewill furnish vou o.-.e. Yu carl j grt a coat and vest, or trouser separate, but our bes'.s bargains are in whole suits. We always have th.B best and the lat( st. The Finishing Touches After you have a new Spring Suit you will then need a few fiinishing touches irsuch as a iroud hat and sume j pretty neckwear f both a good assortment in each really attractive goods, well made and servicable. And don't forget our magnificent offer in shoes. "The Giesecke" W. X. Fun Enterprise, Oregon. k & ions Picked Up Here And There By The Chieftain. -lur f 100,X"O to loan at 7 per cent inter : fst on real estate security. ' C. T. McDaviel ' G. I. Bateliff returned Friday from a tri, to Portland. E G. II. Pangnerty and sons, of Chieo, I P were in the city Friday afu-r a load tif i supplies, j Al Emmons of Mud creek was in ' tlie citf several days last week on a business tr'p. A 'very successful dance was given by the young people in the Calvin building Saturday evening. i. ! Hugh Wilson is doing the typo act 1 in the Chieftain oiiice ot present dur- j , ing the absence of Mi? Ada Roe. i George and Frank Greenwood were ; in th:- city the latter pari of l ist week I 1 irom their ranches on Chesnimnus. j Owing to a rush in the passenger department an extra coach was run! from Elgin to Enterprise on Satin-; day. Trof. Kerns came down from Trout ! creek Friday evening. His term of ; school in that district will close on June 27. P The ballots for the election on June b 2. were printed this week and will he Is distributed among the various pro- C3 cincts during the next few days. ; Miss Nellie Wagner is clerking in i the Stationery St ire during the al sence of Ni.-s Ada li je. who has g iut ' on a tfo weeks visit with friends and ; relatives in Union and Umatilla eoun-' F. A. Meade, dealer tn n;uici.l in struments of La Gr.nde, arrived in the city or. a busi icss trip. The lines, of instruments which he carries arc strictly first class r.nd the prices reas onable. Miss Sumner the Woodcraft organ izer spent h ee day? in this city, g, ; ting ; cquainted with the meinbi-is v f this place and also doing some s.'Hoi"- ing 'or the order. She returned to Joseph Wednesday afternoon. The base ball f, v r is on. A practice : game was played by the enthusiasts cf ' this city on Sunday afternoon, anil : next Sunday the nine from this city i will try conclusions wi:h the Wallowa nie on the Liters grounds. i I). B. Bearie returned to Enterprise : Friday after a several months abs.ence : in La Grande and Portland viitii-g' with his sons L. I), and I.. J. R-.-avia. who are jiractioing dtntUtry it; La h . Grande and Portland rs;ctfu'.ly. George lLitcl.tT. v.i.'l.- in Portland. liUrchased over a oar'.ond of fm-i.ui E for the season rradc. Having n.ad- F LLlnnl Ir., 1... .... ...i. i.vivi.iiuiir i.iijj.--i; in- C':Itai.il abb; to secure a bt-tv-r gradi; and vari ety thi:n was ever carried in the i:,u:n ty beiore. Cinrence Vest returned fro,,, Mn-i crek Friday wliere he tO'k Ve.-;t i Hons' cattle for summer r;;ngc. While there he and Henry Kuhn kill- P ! ed a good sized cinnamon bear. C'h'.r- enee brought the skin in with him ' and ill have it prepared for a rug. J. C. Shackelford, the popular can- nutate lor stierirt, came in from Pura- D i riise Friday and is looking after his Lj campaign in this end o: the emmtv. b Clate has many friends in all l.arts of j the county and they are givimr him ii local assurance of his el.finn r.n ;: i June 2. si Judge Eakin and deputv district at-1 ! torney Winfree arrived in the titv rj Friday. Judge Eakiu held a sun P I of court Saturday at which the pre 1 1 liminary motion and demurrers were argued by the attorneys preparatory i p I to th regular session which becin County Clerk Zurcher returned Fri- , Millinery Opening, ESarcIf 28 You are v-ondering what sort of a kat to order for Spring. We haye a fine va riety and a large stock of pattern hats and will alo trim one just to suit you. We'll tell you what they are wearing at the fashion centres and tell you how cheaply we can furnish yon a hat that will be becoming and fashionable. Men's Furnishings Have you eyer put on a suit that felt as if it was made to your especial order? Isn't the satisfaction some thing unique in this day of cheap everything? Let us be surveyors to you of your suits, shirts, collars and small but rectissary articles of men's wear and you will be surprised how much bet ter your clothes will seem to fit you. Its like everything else; its the 'imow Low." Stock of Sh I Made by the well known firm of Friedman Bros, fur Ladies, gents, youth, miss es ar.d children. Th-se sho es are flexible, which insur es comfort; they are of su perior leather which insures wear; they are over newest lasts, whi-. h ir.sim.-s fashion, and they are from a factor) where care in makin-r icsur es economy. My prices are as heretofore such as will as money for vou. or your houso I i i Expert paint uiake.rs have given the Heath & MiTKgan paints the best qualities they they could have.- They are the kind of paints that "stick and wear well. 1 day from an extended trip through i vS I- ;theorthpartof th county in the j i interest of his reelection. He visited 1 1 Paradise, Flora, Loit Prairie, Grouse , uueij auu rromise, and re. ! porU a great increase in nnnn.;... !j in that end of the county. Chas. hao j made an ideal officer and will win out ' easily. The Memorial services will be hPld 1 1 at Joseph this pear instead of Enter- y : prise us was a nnouncel in these col- j j unins laat week. The place was first ft ! dedil'linte.1 a .) Pnl.,...: , .. . o -""icij.iioc ana a no tice given the Chieftais. When the change was made we forgot to change it in type as already set up. The John F. Benyolds Post of thii city will have chaige of the exercises on May 30th. at Joseph, when the honored dead will be tenderly rememWed and their grave beautifully decorated by their comrads. arden & Flower Seeds No ned of seuding away for seeds. We have any and all kinds and they will grow too. Enterprise, Oregon.