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mty Official Paper.-
City Official Tapcr.--
the PePresenta irivE sewspaper dhwLibyvA
couxrr.
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Lxvm.K0.f-
Mid-Summer
Bessie Mills, a young girl of Forest
Grove fell off a raft in Gales Creek
near Foren Grove, Oregon, last Sat
urday. She wink anil was under the
water twenty minute befort rescued.
After a short time she was revived
and is all right.
Victor Williams, an Indian of the
h have just placed on our Bargain counter -all strictly Un'fi,il,ajrt,st'"''tion on his death m
l - "t.-pnti iu iiaving murdered Mrs
tuner Dress goods, consisting of Mercerized Foullards,' Tcs"nt in isso for which another
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titles, Percales Batistes, etc, at greatly reduced Unity and hanred
ig. namely:
I'.H roiniliir
23c
20c-
15c
12ic
10c.
values at
I6sC
12Jc
10c
Hit
file
Bliese are all nice patterns and genuine bargains.
Straw Hate
fe offer a nice new stock Ci men's and youths'' Straw
I: at 50c on the dollar.' This price is made regard
uf cost in order to close them out.
Shoes,
e have some odds and ends in this' line at just half
ar .price, These are good quality, but price is made
lie reason that we haven't a full line of sizes in the
rent styles. Buyiug these at price offered is genuine
tomy.
VK.m' J,
fe offer as a special drive in this line 25 dozen pairs
pes' and children's black Hose in sizes from 5 to 9
c per pair. These values will surprise ronl
Ladles Sliirfc Waist$
Ware in Mercerised cotton and Percale at one-half
lar price.
:'Jies' silk waists regular- $5 Value $3 73
11 3 50 2 50
" ii ' 4 " 3 '
" '4-50 " 3,25
" tt ii 4 8 " 2 25
lese
fad now
. Mucin ltccij "J'l""!.; JIJ IJUnilATB
silk "waists are the best quality we have evfer t the ; Embassy for enlistment in the
, , . ... , .; . . i . , ; ; Americiin Army in the Pln'ippinc.
OW is the tlrrle to' get bargain's in theffl. Thy all say a report was in circula-
. . . ... i i t'" t Cape Town ami Durban that
- i i ; ' 4 ' 1 It
fehai-o un nUo riiomninii trinwprs vet on hand
t first nremium at the Paris
Kespettfully jouri;
ENTERPRISE, OREGON. AUGLST 2i, 190
WORLD'S NEWS.
WHOLE NO- 853
FROM FAR AND NEAR.
Clipped and Ccpied From
Our Exchanges.
Chaa. M. Schwab, the well known
promoter of the largest trusts in the
world is now reported to be in delicate
health and will retire from active busi
ness. The duties o'f such a life are
too strenuous for an ordinary consti
tution. Two of Ringliug Xros, eleidiant cars
containing 12 elephants were derailed
lust week between Seattle and Port
land. Four of . the trainers and
keepers were hurt but the animals is-
caped injury.
The "city of Nevt- Yc'rk contains
Hebrews or Jews , which is
equal to about one-fourth or fifth in
the population.
A posta is in search of two men
who htld up the Free water saloon hi.-;
week and it is supposed committed
various other robberies. When a
deputy sheriff attempted to arrest
them they shot him and escaped.
The deputy's wound however is not
dangerous. t
"Thy "Xote and Comment" mr,u of
the Or.'j-oninn hue the following ti
say about the state school unj ; Thf
lst Legislature of Oregon crc!ored the
State Land Board to lend out t!.
irredudibl.. school laifd fund at. fi in-r
Cent interest. The law is inoperative
because ( per cent is not obtainable
on safe security. Ifc-n- is a lesson with
0'.) full treatises on ihit. Cannot the
sovereigu will of the State of Oregon
lend money at 0 per cent; or, in coin
inerce, is the sovereign law the law of
commerce?
W. V.'. McCreaiy, a prominent rail
road contractor of Spokane, says he
looks for a huge amount of railroad
building in Oregon and Washington
lu the next lew yettrs. "Surveying
parties are now out in all directions,"
he said, "and money is flowing in con
stantly from the East in enormous
quantities. The development in tim
ber alone will cause many miles of
railroad to be built, and I look for
good times to keep up for the next 10
years at least."
Time-expired South African soldiers
The Br loaders and generals who '
paid a visit to the King of England
ire now contemplating a visit to the
1'nited States. One of the generals
:iys that altogether alout 500 Amcri
ans and tiOt) Irishmen were with the
Hoer forces during the war.
Hop pickers of Willamette Valley'
will this year receive fifty cents jer1
box. I
A special government agent has ar-!
rived in the state and will investigate
the alleged timber land frauds of!
Tillamook county. j
Frank C. Andrews, the Detroit lunik !
wrecker who misappropriated the
funds of the City Sayings Hank was re- I
cently sentenced to serve 15 years at
hard labor in the Jackson prison.
Harvesting is now at full swing in j
the Columbia River counties of this !
state, and from this district alone,
approximately 25 per cent more wheat J
will I available than was handled
last year. There was soma flumnro
by Spring frosts and some loss bv
shattering at harvest, but the crop as
whole is very satisfactory in its di
mensions, with the quality unusually
Jtood.
While Oregon will celebrate Sentom-
ber 1 as Labor day; the farmers of the
Walla Walla Valley will observe it as
3traw day. .That is, they will spread
newly harvested ei.raw on Jhe ponntry
iotas so as to enable the graui .teams
to haul large loads, the dust, at this j
season ;of the year being uncomfort- 1
ably deep. Hot ween 200 and S00 1
miles of those:' roads will be treated in !
that manner. This" exhibits a com- j
mcndable public spirit, and is a whole- i
same move to make the bvt of things.
Willamette Valley farnk-r.i are sow
ing large acreages to clover of late on ',
account of the falling off in the re-1
turns from wheat. It furnishes clover
eed, clover hay and clover pasture
which is all that could lie desired bv a
web footer for succt-ssful farming and
stock raising.
Oscar (Son-fell, of Eugene; has been,
looted to a professorship in the Tunc
Wen Institute, nr., Amoy, China. His
salary will be. $000 annually.
H. E. Dosch has been commissioned
by the Lewis A Clark exposition man
agement to go to Japan and make ar
rangemoiits to have a display of Ore
ton products at the Osaka Fair in
19H3, thus promoting friendly fooling
between Japan and'tho l'JOu Fair.
Wallowa
County
News.
Is what you want when you sub
scribe for .
A County Paper.
Look Over The
Wallowa Chieftain
And See That
It Gives tl;e.Cour)ty tlews.
arjd
Tb'c price is $50 a year.
We offer some exceptional bargains in our
CLUBBING RATES with other papers and
magazines.
Certificates Granted.
At the recent teachers examinations
in this county the following received
certificates: First Grade: (Sen. Gaily
and L.llie Reach. Second Grade:
Mrs. Rose Tully Schneider, Jlrs. J.
Flttcher, Miss .Viet bea Gift and A. S,
Datis.' M. F. Ghormelly.. took the
examination for state certificate.
LP.
Teachers Institute.'
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual Tn.irlll.py t It'.TI .
. ...... v.iviji in j-oci ibiibt; uir HJIOWa
ante uoe.. u.e uciirni 01 a curious Uc"countv will ,,e Md t j , g ,
luston winch is causing the official, of 3f 4 Hnd 5. Xhc progr41)J wi
the United States Embassy consider-' nonnwd iater, j C en
able annoyance. Former British sol-j u
dicrs who have served against the . . 1
Boers have been applying in numbers J ' Notice.
the United States was enlisting ex-
Britikh soldiers for service in these
inlands. At the London Embassy
For Instance
Chieftain and Oregon'an ,
' ' both one year for $2.00.
Chieftain and Spokesman Review
both one year for $2.00
Chieftain and Examiner
both ane year for $2.25.
The Chieftain and any of ,the
.Si magazines one year for $2.50.
,1
Address or Call on
EQtcrprise, Oi
The University of Oregon;
Eugene; Oregon.
1 i-lhe8l?Tettt:r .on 1002-3, open "Wednesday, Septem
ber 1 th. Ihe following Schools and Colleges ore cortiprised in the
UniveiBitv. ' OradtiateSchool College of Literature, Science and Arts
College of Science and Engineering University Academy School ' of
Muic Schotl of Medicine School of Law.
ix .T"'". excepting in Schools of Law, Medicine and Munio
w r, , . , . jtiivmcmni iob Tiu.w, Piuueni-uouy tax Vl.fA) per year.) Coat of lir-
recently assumed charge of the Enter- !
prise House w-s! os to inform the j
public that the buildiiiK has received
.11 thorough cleaning and fumigation,!
and that it will be open to the public
REGISTRAR OF THE UNlVEttSITr, EUGENE, OREGON'!
juucr mis mo.wer W30K,,tiiri5i, w7.. . Hiands. At the London Km bossy and that it will Ie open to the public
lotion. Call in4 See them if )'0U are interested in 8;0res of applicants have already been j today, and she solicit a share of your
I 1 v' : t'irned away ?rntly disappointed. patronage. ' '
a a mower
are Headquarters for Mitchell jvagohs in this county
.... :
e a good supply of then! o'ri hand
f stock of General Merchandise is quite complete.
Rwould be glad to figure with you on an jthfrig you
MRU AND WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, OREGON
The school where thorough work Is done; where the reason U
always giTent where confidence is developed; where bookkeeDlW
Mill - j i-
fs.taught exactly as hooks art kept in business ; where shorthand is
1 - - ; 1 j nrso ooursoo are especially arrangeu'ior ti
made easy ; where penmanship is at 'its best '; where hundreds of time nor mcantf' to aten'CoIle-'ami IqnwiM
bookkeepers and .stenographers have beeu educated for success i heen deprived' pf tnjrnochbol edutioii.,V''
t? ; 1Z a rx 11 IZ : 1 1 he greateHt, care,, as given4 each iiidiridu
Jifr? where thousands more will be. Onen all th vnr r1nm V ' f.i .1. ' r. . ..y- ""yu
1 rr: . , ; i t;?"" unaiueu grauuaiCB.
k it a'.uo-rasMi. i - 1 Auerbach 'IlKliir'' f
J. B. McKse's Business Col'ega and School
of Correspondence :
Is now in if twenty-ll.irj yoaif.. Every teacher an expert1 In hi
special course. -Our special courses cover the entire fHhge of bugines
oiterationa, . ;! m 1 t i !. '
Complete business Course. '..Timo unlimited by mail ML ..
. " Shorthand," Time'slx months by thkl t h, '
" Civii Seryjce Course. Time tit monihs'Uy mail15.
" English Course. Time si months by mail $15.
" ' Belett KfJiJiea.. TiirWsik months by mail ' (:
i hese courses are especially '. arranged 'for those who ha ve nof. t h
tenjl Calle ami . nopiaj y ,forvthosp who have
iimtnn'n .Schonl A1iirufinli '. : 11 1
he ereftteHt care . is mvpn' en1' inl!;.l.i.l c r::'i-'
ueu urauuai.es. aena lor nariifii ura nn,i:t&u oiiro
. V l1l1t.M .....I . . . .
3IER3
A. K ARMSTRONG, LL. B., PRINCIPAL
rr i
J. B. M-.KEE, .' ?'
Principal.
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Salt Lake City, Utah.

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