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Cteulfled notice In this column 1
Mnt a word each insertion In either
Stw Record or Chief Uin; 1 cenU
. word tor same notice in both pa
per,; ipeclal rate by the month or
LUMBER, all kinds or rough lumber,
j r. McCoy, Enterprise. Oreg. Mill
12 miles norm of Enterprise. 6b8
A GOOD PIANO, for a reasonable
price. Wjlte or phone to Mrs. A.
ade, Enterprise, Ores. 67
TIMBER CLAIM: V4 of e.w., and
w. of n. w. 14. section 21. t 3 n,
i 47 e. Price $1500. C. E. Hill, Emi
U, Idaho. lt8
Geo. 1. Gaily. Enterprise. 3btf
4iaie Funds loaaed, 6 per cent. John
P. Rusk. Atty. State Land E d. Joseph
I the undersigned have this day
taken up: Seven Calves, three helf
en aud four bulls, all branded H II
oa left hip. One Jersey bull calf,
the others red and white, black and
white. Came to my place on Alder
0. J. Roe. Mountain View Fruit
Farm. Enterprise, Oregon. May 1,
(1909. 38c4
OLD RUBBER of all kinds. At the
Second Hand Store. Enterprise, Ore
Lostlne, May IS. J. M. Herman
has accepted an appointment as sur
veyor of forestry In the Philippines.
His commission will be received at
Helena, Mont., the latter part of
May. Mr. Herman taught school in
this county a number of years and
has many friends who congratulate
him on this appointment which was
a reward of merit proposition wholly,
he passing; not only the United States
civil service, but the examination
tor the Philippine service also.
Mr. and Mrs, Herman are visit
ing with old friends here and will go
to Montana in a few days.
Wallow K. of P. won the return
gams of baseball with the nine rep
resenting Enterprise lodge, in this
city Friday afternoon. The game
was replete with heavy batting and
ft large crowd enjoyed it. The
core waa 11 to 10, Wallowa winning
in the ninth Inning.
In the evening the Wallowa visi
tors were guests of the local lodge,
and following the exemplification of
the work of the Page and Esquire
ranks, a fine luncheDn was served by
the Pythian Sisters.
By order of the County Court of
Wallowa County, sealed bids will be
received by the undersigned for 200
ricks of dry wood delivered at the
court house at Enterprise, Oregon.
Bids will be opened May 24, 1909, at
10 ajn, and all bids must be filed in
uig office before that date.
38c2 County Clerk.
500 New
Just arrived, no
Place your order now for a Spring Suit. Fit and
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
The Leading Men's Shoe Store of The County.
All The Latest Styles in Oxfords.
Buy your shoes of us and be satisfied. We stand
back of them.
The Best $3.00 Hat on The Market
Full Line of Men's Furnishings. .
The work of the public school dur
ing the school year just ended was
pronounced excellent by the large
number of patrons who attended In
spection Day, Friday from 9 to 11,
and regret was expressed generally
that Mr. and Mrs. Sutton could not
remain In charge.
The rooms and hallways were filled
with visitors during the allotted hours
and only words of praise of the work
of the pupils and teachers were heard
as the parents and other patrons
went from desk to desk examining
; the work laid out for inspection. The
rooms, always bright and attractive.
I were specially decorated for the oc
caslon. Exercises were held by pupils
In the room b taught by Mrs. 8utton,
Mrs. Hanvllle, Miss Hutchinson and
Miss Murray.
Following Is the report of the En
terprise public school for the "year
Just ended:
No. of puplis on register, boys
137, girls 120, total 257; No. at end
or year 180, No. days taught 166, No.
iiolidays 14, whole No. days atten
dance 29613, absence 1378, times
ate 122, average No. pupils belong
ing 186, average dally attendance
179, No. visitors 250,
Here are some of the answers to
questions in report to the. county
Have you suitable accommodatlans
for all pupils entitled to attend this
school? No.
Is the school supplied with Suit
able furniture? No.
With unabridged dictionary? Ye3.
With apparatus? Fairly so.
Ample supply of good water? No.
uood fuel? Yes,
Has the school sufficient grounds?
Suitably improve!? No.
'How many.water closets? Two.
Condition? Fair.
Is the school sufficiently supplied
with brooms, water pails, cups, cray
on, blackboards, etc? No.
Have you taught physiology accord
ing to law? Yes.
Roll of Honor.
The following pupils ere on the
Roll of Honor for the year, having
been neither tardy nor absent for
the entire year the number Is fair
ly large but It would look better if
ilt were larger:
Principal's room Russell French,
Joseph Bauer, Glenn Wagner.
Mrs. Sutton's Mary Mahaffy, Char
ley Dunbar, Portia Steel, Clarence
'Flowers, Marlon Jordan, Leonard Jor
idan, Minnie Willgrolt, Carmen Clark,
Anna Emmons, Esther Trueblood.
Mrs. Hanvllle's roam Emmerson
(Reavls, May Sorensen, Routb Sanders,
Clifford Knodell.-
Miss Hutchinson's room Wilson
Gaily, Itauben Dunbar.
Miss Murray's room Lawrence
Graves. Total Twenty.
Those ranking FIRST in the recent
examination are:
Two AliKe.
Grade Name
1 Elsie Oln stei
93 l-
96 6-7
93 1-4
Hallle Young,
Edith Shackelford.
Clayton Hendrickson, 95 1-4
Mary Mahaffey, 92 1-2
Leonard Jordan, 93 1-2
Helen Clarke, 93 1-7
Personally, we are very much gratl
fied to know that your interests are
in the schools of the town made so
well known by the magnificent man
ner in which parents and friends of
the school respond sd to our invita
tion to attend Inspection Day May
14th.. We hope that the interest
thus shown will continue and we be
speak for Prof. Mack the same gener
ous courtesies that have been ours for
the past two years. We leave you
with regrets that such changes are
imperative and while our lines will
iy along other avenues of useful
ness, we shall always be Interested
In the welfare of the Eaterprlse
schools and trust that there will con
tinue to be a steady advancement
along all lines of school work.
Thanking yon for past courtesies
we remain. Yours very sincerely,
W. M. and B. L, Sutton.
First Excursion
From Enterprise
Big Crowd Goes To. Elgin And Roots
For Enterprise Base
Ball Club.
The first railroad excursion ever
run out of Wallowa county went from
Enterprise to Elgin and return, Sun
day, taking ball team and crowd of
rooters. The excursion was gotton
up on 4 hours notice by the ball
boys yet ever J60 persons went, in
eluding 95 from Enterprise and 60
from Wallowa.. Only one or two
came from Joseph though It was
Phoned Saturday afternoon that Jo
seph would be; well represented.
jail game was narked by free
hitting and numerous errors, with a
few good plays mixed in. Both
teams showed lack of practice. Fol
lowing Is the score by innings:
Enterprise MQQOgOO 310
Elgin 10010810 1C
Batting order: Enterprise Savage
If, Pldcock 2b, Marvin lb, Pace cf,
Bllyeu p, W. Pldcock c, Conaway rf,
French 3b, Green ss. Elgin Hooper
If, Hug 2b, Towner ss, Patten lb, C.
Hallgarth 3b, DeBole rf, F, Hall
garth of, Thgmas c, Chrlstlanson p.
Enterprise State
Bank Organized
Articles of Incorporation for $25,000
Financial Institution Are
Articles of incorporation for the
Enterprise State Bank have been
filed in the office of the county clerk.
The capital stock is $25,000, divided
Into 250 shares of $100 each. The
incorporators are Clyde T. Hockett,
Chas, E.'Funk and Chas. E. Crow.
The first named is a physician, the
second the well known merchant,
manager of W. J. Funk & Co., and
'.he third is Deputy Sheriff Crow.
The other stockholders are leading
farmers, stockmen and capitalists
of this city and vicinity.
Kinsman lodge, K of P.,at Wallowa
has incorporated through its trust
ees, E. L. Wi ey, John McDonald
and J. H. Maxwell. The. value of
money and property owned by the
lodge is state 1 to be $1000.
J. W. Kerns has resigned the
DrinclnelshlD of the Wallowa county
high school as a result of the un
pleasantness resulting from the class
flag rush and the faculty stop-order.
Messrs Ke ns and Hall appeared be
fore the board Saturday, where were
also several parents who had com
plained their children's grades were
withheld. There .was considerable
personal feeling manifest. The board
ordered that certain pupils apologize
to the teachers for rude behavior, and
the grades of the pupils be givea
Mr. Kerns handed in his resig
nation to Superintendent Conley,
lay be, But Maybe Not.
From the Union Republican.
The Union ball team will go to
Enterprise May 26, and will play
two games in that city. Two more
scalps for Union.
THURSDAY, MAY 20.' 1909.
The First commencement of the
Wallowa County high school set a
high mark for excellence, enthusiasm
Und success in every particular. The
Iblg assembly hall was crowded to
jthe doors, every seat occupied and
mures ot people standing up. On the
platform were all taking part in the
program, the teachers, school boards,
eighth grade graduates and others,
in all abojt 40 people. College and
salioal flass gave color variety to
Uie ever;;re:m deco-ations around the
platform, end the class motto, "Al
ways Onward and Upward" on the
wall back or the classes.
The program was or some length
but it held the closest attention of
the big audlenee throughout. The
high school glee club was given
hearty applause for Its tuneful ren
dering of the old favorite, "Come
.Vhere the Lillles Bloom," s,nd after
invocation by Rev, W. S, Crockett,
President Renter of Monmouth sang
a solo that was, so well received be
responded with another song.
Charles E, Oaks, one of the three
members of this first graluatlu
:lasa welcomed the audience and
ipoke a few, we'l chosen words o
salutatory, before launching upon
his oration, "Uncle Sam's Big Ditch.'
de reviewed the history or the Isth
'Hi an canal ventures down to the
present operations by the U. S.
jovernment, He gave details or the
ize and construction of the big water
way and made rosy prophecies o'.
its effect upon commerce and upon
the future of the Pacific Coast. Mr.
Oakea spoke, elqarly and without
Ivan C. Jackson told of "The Three
Sides of a Dollar," a novel subject
or a commencement oration and
his treatment of it was also unusual.
He gave a brjef review of money and
presented a good brief in defense o!
-he much abused medium of exchange
by telling of Us good work In spurr
ing men to mighty effort in the ac
jompllshment of things beneficial tc
humanity. 'If such are the results
t the love or money, give us more
jf that love."
After a duet well played by Misses
Vmy Olmsted and Edna Ragsdale
auie the valedictory and oration,
Modern Industrialism," by Vernon
J. Corkins. The question or the
proper re-adjustment of relations
jetween employer and employee
Jiade necessary by the changed con
dltions of modern Industrialism, wa
ihown to be the supreme question
jf the day. Mr. Corkins has a good
delivery and his production bore evl
lence or logical thinking. He was
especially happy in his words of fare
vell.which were marked by an earn
astness that was Impressive,
r The class as a whole is a credit to
the high school, and the families and
Jrlends of its members can be justly
proud or the showing made by the
oung men on Friday night.
President E. D. Ressler or Mon
mouth Normal emphasized in his ad
tress to the class the necessity of
lolng well whatever work they under
took. The real happiness in life
comes not from riches or honors but
from finding your work and doing
it; from contributing all that is in
you to the happiness and well-being
of your fellow mea. Mr. Ressler
garnished his words of wisdom with
considerable humor that the audience
greatly enjoyed.
County Judge J. B. Olmsted, chair
man of the high school board, pre
sented the diplomas to the clas3,
3aylng he considered it an honor to
to do so. He also presented diplomas
to the following graduates of the
eighth grade of the Enterprise public
jchool: Eloise Holmes, Esther Max
well, Marie DePue, Winifred Kay,
Elizabeth Willgeiodt, Glenn Wagner,
Luclle Cfaauvet, Mary Braughton,
Sallie Poulson, Claude Emmons, iCora
Combes, John Laird, Muriel Moss,
John McFetridge, Dick McAdams,
Delbert Mitchell, Burl Kooch and
William Laird.
Basket Dinner And Afternoon
The. public and high school pupils,
teachers and parents joined in a
basket dinner at the high school Fri
day at the noon hour. In the after
noon beginning at 1 o'clock the fol
lowing excellent program was given:
Soldiers Chorus
High School Glee Club -Reading
Edna Ragsdale
School Biographlei ..Elmer Wamotk
mtln Son ..ClasiUal Department
Life's Philosophies
Freshman English
The Dixie Kid ....Mixed Quartette
"Where Rolls the Oregon,"
Anit Olmsted
Reading India Ault
Remarks jr. Canu-x
Closing Song Audience
The exercises beian an hour earlier
than the advertised time and a num.
her went up to the building too late
to hear them. But a large audience
was present and commended highly
all who took part. J. C. Shackelford
should not be forgotten when the
praises are being distributed, and he
will not be by the women and chil
dren who escaped th lnn
""'"Ul u.'mree nae in nis new bus.
New train sihelule on main line
Sunday, does not affect In anyway
the Wallowa Cojnty branch. The
mall car was addel to the train on
the branch, beginning Saturday. Polk
Mays and a Mr. Balllnger of Port.
and are the mall clerks. Charles
Stacy Is one of the new conductors
on the branch trains.
Tom Tucker Under
Arrest In Montana
' records of the sheriff, clerk, cou.ity
deputies Gone For Men Wanted By schol superintendent and s irvoyor,
Wal'o. Courts For Two I?'"1 f"ld ihm neMy kelt' R',J' "
far as we could discover, propjrly
Yoa kept In all respects.
We went through the co-jnty jail.
Tom Tucker, fugitive from Justice , and by reason of the prospect of b"t
In this county for two years, was ar-:ifew occupants, and a new jail by the
.ested at Chinook, Mont., last Thurs- first of next year, we have no rooom
lay at the instance of Sheriff Marvin uiendatldns to make.
nd taken to the county seat, Fort various rojnty officers stated
enton, the same day, to await the
irrlval of Deputy Sheriffs S. F. Pace
! C. K. Crow, win secured requl-
iltlon papers at Salem and loft Satur-
lay night for Helena.
i'om Tucker U the chief of the
ang that create! the riot at the
dance June 17, 1907. Geo. Tucker
uas been acquitted of that charge.
Jiflet Eqgan and Geo. Logan are
.t large. The more sorlous charge
igainst Tom Tucker Is the wound-
ng of Eatss the day following the
Tucker has bean at Asotin part of
che time since ha fled, but things
;ot too hot for him and he went to
anada; who e his usual course of
ie sjon got him Into trouble with
he authorities and the mounted po
ice chased hliu across the border
into Montana. Sheriff Marvin got
wind or his whereabouts through the
Canadian police and the arrest fol
lowed. Conner Pleaded Guilty,
S. B. Conner or Flora, Jointly ln
Ucted with Jack Huston, proprietor
f a prosperous Job prlntery, and
secretary of the Pendleton commer
cial club, and W. F, Euster, pastor
of the Sunnyslde M. E. churoh, at
Portland, charged with starting a
3 amp rire in the north woods and
Mng away leaving it burning, plead
ed guilty and was fined $25,
Mr. Huston was in Euterprise over
Sunday, coming over voluntarily as
soon as he beard of the Indictment,
le says he remembers distinctly of
uttlng out the fire the morning he
ind Mr. Euster broke camp, and he
jelleve3 the fi e which burned over
several acres roust have started from
someone else's campflre. Messrs
Huston and Euster have given $5C0
bonds each, to appear at 'he Novem
ber term of court.
Wallowa County Cattle.
From the Asotin Sentinel.
Messrs Shattuck & Hughes, cattle
buyers and dea!ers, from Winona,
Wash., passed through Asotin Tues
day morning with a bunch of five
luiidred head of mixed cattle which
had been purchased in Wallowa
unty. The stock was being driven
through to the 'ranches of the.se
gentlemen where they will be put on
feed and shaped up for the market.
This was the biggest drove of cattle
that has passed through Asotin for
several months, In fact for two or
three years.
Would Fit In Enterprise.
From the Union Republican.
J. y, Wilbur has made a proposi
tion to the business men of Va'.e
and Burns, and one of these towns
will get a woolen mill, costing $150,
000 if. his offer is accepted. Vale
has an advantage in location and is
' ;.j to secure the prize. Threa
million pounds of wool are clipped
annually in Malheur and Harney
Closing out sale of watches, clocks,
Jewelry, silverware the entire stock
or E. B, Wheat.
Joe Allen was fjiind aulltr hv
Jury Tuesday of assault with a
dangerous weapon.-
After finding r true bills and one
not true bill, fie mod iadustrioua
grand Jury .thin county has had la
i many a long uay. was excuse! bv
Judge J. W. Knowles .MouJay. Fol-
lowing la the
Grand Jury Report
We, the grand Jury for the May
term of the Wallowa county circuit
court, bog loavo to report as follows:
We have been h continuous sji
sion for seven (lavs, and returned
Into court 17 true bills a:id one na.
true bill of mulct nienta. '
We have carerully Investigate! all
charges of any violations of tiia laws
or this state Ui.it have beon brount
to our attention, and have not coi
eluded all the testimony upon all
auch chnrges.
We have Inspected the offices and
to us that In view of the fa:t Uu
county wouiu have a now Mut
houxe and new public office run:j
i tiint of the year, they h:id no
present roiuos a or recommendations.
We daBlre at this tlwe to thank his
honor for his paUoni. kindness, end
the district attorney and his deputy
for the constunt assistance and ready
compliance with o tr t .'ery re'iuosl,
and the bailiff fo; ' hU aitDiitl.e
V, e dod e to be rallaved from fur
ther duty, and until the further order
of this court.
Duted at Euterprise, Oregon, May
17, 1909.
Sara Wade, foreman, J. W. Mac
aulcv, 11. K, Driver, Joj. Gill, II. C.
Laird, C. E. Isley, Loul3 Pago, grand
In addition to the three cases here
tofore made public, only four of the
remaining 14 have been given on'.
All four are agulnst Al Emmons f Jr
selling Intoxicating lluuor. Emmons
(Continued on last page. I
Post Cards
In the Latest Improved
Show RacK -Everything
in that line
Rock Creek
Still Same Price
Plenty of Apples
Bacon and Hams
Groceries. Flour,
Bran and Hay,
Coal and Wood..
Phone White 27
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