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3,152,915.00 $6,870,419.00 Citv and Countv ! Brief News Items Excursion to Wa'.lowa next Sunday. 75 cents for the rojnd trip. One-Minute Washers the Ouly Best Washer. For sale by Ashley. J. W. Allen hai gone to The Buttes to join hi3 wife and son and in their visit with her people, the Sergeants. Go to Jackson & Weaver's for Ice Cream Sodas, Sundaes, and Soda Water, all flavors. Everything san l'ary and clean. s. F. S. Ivanhoe of La Grande who wai visiting in this ci'y with "n. It. Holme-! and Mrs. J. S. .."-je., hai gone to Crystal Springs, near Portland, v.l;h Mr3. Wagnor and via rexain with her indefinitely. r sewin? machine needs re i : ' :. call at the Second Hand Store : g .arantee to make them run. Sit Up And Take Notice Every department of our store has been replenished with new and up-to-date goods and our ck is now complete In al most every department. We pay spot cash for our goods, and therefore get the benefit of all cash discounts and we give our customers the benefit of our cheap buys. Our New Goods Just received direct from Chi cago in the dry goods depart ment consists in part of tne following: PERCALES, DIMITIES, BATISTES, GALATINS. SWISS, SUMMER NOVELTIES In dress good of the newest and most exclusive patterns, LADIES' MUSLIN UNDER WEAR, LAWN, NET AND SILK WAISTS FOR LADIES, RUCHING, LADIES' COLLARS AND COL LARETTES, LACES, EMBROIDERY, RIBBONS, NOTIONS, Etc, etc. Clothing We have In transit a large in voice of Men's Clothing which wll arrive in about 10 days. We also take orders for the "OLD RELIABLE ROYAL TAILORS. Hats Our spring shipment of Hats is already here, both men's and boys'. We carry the HARDE MAN HAT, superior in style to any other hat In the mark e', and only equalled in dur ability and holding it3 shape by the celebrated Stetson. Shoes We. have Just received a large assortment of men's, boys' la dies' and Miises Oxford Shoes In black, tan. chocolate and , ox-blood (lace or buckle.) Oup Grocery and Hardware de- . partments are a'ao complete. Drcp In, look at our good3, and compare prices. Respectfully, R. S.& Z. CO. ENTRRPRISE. Just to Remind You WHEN MONEY is scarce general stagnat'on sets in with its resultant disasters to every line of business, t every profession, and every wage-earner. It is therefore to yo ir interest to help to make money plentiful in Oregon by simply keeping it here. The sworn statements of life insurance companies on file with State Insurance Commissioner S. A- Kozer, Salem, Oregon, show that w&s sent ont of OREGON for life insurance premiums in the past five years. is the total returned here to pay death losses and dividends in the same five years. is the net amount drained out of Oregon in 5 years for life insurance premiums sent to enrich Wisconsin, New York and ether states by making their home companies the custodians of these trust funds from Oregon. Does anyone doubt that the commercial supremacy of New York is due to the centralization of the insurance assets in that market, more than to any other one factor? More money is handled by the insurance companies than all the transportation companies in the country, and it is the centralization of these immense accumulations in one locality that makes that locality the seat of the financial empire. It is the personal interest of every citizen of Ore gon to use his influence that Life insurance be bought of Qrcgnclifc and the money Kept in Oregon for Ore gon's development Home Office: Corbett Bldg. Comer 5th and Morrison 3ts., Portland, Ore. A. L. S1I1U, Prei.". :nt L Samuot, General Manager Clarence S. Samuel. Amt Manager Alra "fa eid fir sale at R. S. & Z Mrs. Jo!:n Wortman, Sr., returned Sdturicy from a vWlt at Wallowa. Mrs. f.WV. Ani?y and children were a: Joseph over- Sundav. ! Fresh Fish every Friday and Sat- inlay at Cray & Wlllett's City Mar - ; ket- .Miss Eduh Fay closed a very sue- ce.!ul term of school at Chico last we;!;. lutein Flo ir at W. J. Fu-k & Co s. Pa'ent $1.50 a sack, straight grade, $1.4d a sar;k. Mr. and Mrs. Waltar Fay of Chico came saturuay lor a rew days viuiipart of the state. '.vkh uii mother, Mrs. R. M. Fay, and s.s er. Mrs. Elizabeth Shoemaker. The water pipe ditch Is dug to the road' a mile soutli of town, and work is stapled until the arrival of pipe, daily expected. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Boyd, Judge and Mrs. J. B. Olmsted, L. Berland, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Burleigh were among the large crowd leaving for I'ortland. Monday, to attend the Rose Fe-r.ival. Most of them will visit the world's fair at Seattle. Miss Edna Browning, quean of the Wallowa county float, left for Port land Monday morning, accompanied by her bro.her, Herbert Browning. The Spirit of the Golden Wes. parade, of which the float is a part, will occur on Thursday night. Mi3;; Browning and Mr. Browning will also visit the world's fair at Seattle. HORSE SALE I will s j1 at public auction at the Ked Front Livery Barn in Enter piiio, Oregon on SATURDAY JUNE 26 Beginning at 10 a.m., sharp, the fol lowing described property: 35 HEAD HORSES or more, from one year old and up wards. All good grade, farm-raised horsjs. Terras of sale: Six months note with approved security, without la tere it, if paid when due. 5 per cent discount for cash. J. C. McFETRlDGE, Owner. City Meat Market CRAY & WILLETT, Proprietors. Fresh and Salt Meats ilK HEST MARKET PRICE HIDES AND PELTS. FOR River St., 1 block south of Funk's tore, Enterprise Oregon. Ice Cream Ice Cream Soda ALL FLAVORS Sundaes, Root Beer, Re freshing DrinKs When extra CANDY irootl is wanted come to PRENTISS HOMAN'S Next Door to Bank Enterprise, - - Oregon Mrs. Martin Larsen returned from Elgin, Friday. O. T. Prout U at Hot Lake taking treatment for rheumatism. Mrs Frank Hamblen and baby are in i Adams county. Wash., visiting her 1 people. I J. D. Halsey went to La Grande, j Monday, and will visit there and at Union a few days, E. B. Knapp returned from Hot Lake Saturday to look after business uffairs for a few days. I A. B. Conaway left Tuesday on a business trip to points In the eastern Miss Maude Hudson and Miss Sadie Morris were guests the first of the we3k of Mr3. Wlllard McCully at Lostine. Dr. C. T. Hockett returned Monday from attending the alumni meeting of the medical department of Wil lamette University. W. H. Graves returned Monday from Hot Lake. Mrs. Graves re mained for a longer star. Her health is considerably improved. Mrs. H. D. Landon returned to her home at Lebanon, Saturday, after a visit with her sister, Mrs. H. E. 'Merryman. Mrs. J. S. Wagner was taken to Crystal Springs Sanatarium Saturday for treatment. .Mr. Wagner and Dr. E. T. Anderson accompanied her. Miss Venus Thomas Is back at her duties in the telephone exchange, -fter a visit with her parents at 'Paradise. Miss M. E. Johnston, publisher of Costine's good local paper, visited her siBter, Mrs. G. I. Ratcllff, Thurs day and Friday. Jackson & Weaver guarantee their Sarsaparllla Compound to give as good results as any blood purifier on the market. Mrs. R. I. Long and cousin, Mrs. Kiddle of island City, went to Los tine, Monday to visit relatives a 'few days. C. M. Lockwood went to Pendleton Saturday, where he Joined Mrs. Lock wood and this weak they are taking in the sights of the Rose Festival. Mrs. O. M. Corkins and Miss Elise Holmes we:e passengers for Portland Monday, and wiil visit relative! a' well as see the Ro3e Festival. M. F. Harris has sold his 80 acre arm on Alder Slpoa to Wm. McFet ridge for $6000, the deal being made by the Enterprise Real Estate com- iiany. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hough of Con way, Iowa, are visiting their son, Har ry Hough, and wife, of Swamp Creek Pass, also Mrs. Hough's brother, B. B. Boyd, of this city. Mrs. John Shoemaker Is visiting her mother, Mrs. R. M.Fay, and other relatives and fri-nds. Mr. Shoemaker stopped at Hot Lake for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Shojmaker have Jour neyed half round the world since leaving here a few years ago. They resided in the Hawaiian Islands for a time and also in the Isle of Pines, off the south coast of Cuba, but re cently have lived at Brownsville, Tex. iney will locate at Union. NOTICE FOR SEALED BIDS. Notice is hereby given that sealed hids will be received for plumbing md heating the Wallowa County courthouse, now undor construction at Enterprise, Oregon. The bids to Include all labor, material and instal lation complete. Plans and specif 1 cations can be seen at the office of S. R. Haworth In Enterprise and at the office of C. R. Thornton in La Grande. Bils will be opened at 12 o'clock, noon, Thursday, July 8, 1909, and must be filed with the County Clerk on or hpfnro that itata Bv Order nf ihn rmmi. 42c4 W. C. BOATMAN. Countv Clerk. TEACHER'S EXAMINATIONS. I Notice U hereby given that the Count Superintendent of Wallowa County will hold the regular exami nation of applicants for :ate and county papers a: Enterprise. s fol lows: For Stite Paper. Commencing Wednesday, Aug. H. at 9 o'clock, a. m. and continuing until Saturday, Aug H. at 4 p. Wednesday, Peamanshlp. History, Spelling. Physical Geography, Read ing. Psychology. Thursday, Written Arithmetic. Theory of Teaching. Grammar. Book keeping, Physics, Civil Government. (VU Phrsin'nev Geoeraphy. Composition, Algebra, English Liter ature, School Law. Saturday Botany, Plane Geometry General History. For County Paper. Commenting Wednesday, August 11 at ft o'clock a m and continu ing until Friday, August 13, at 4 P. m.: Wednesday Pe.imanship. History. 3rthography, Reidlng, physical Ge ography. Thursday Written Arithmetic. Theory of Teaching. Grammar.PhysI- ology. Friday Geography, School Law. Civil Government, English Literature. .Yoirs truly. J. H. ACKERMAX, Superintendent of Public Instruction. Department of Public Instruction Salem CIRCULAR OF INFORMATION Giving the siurces of examination juestlons for State and County pa pers, February and August, 19')9. 1. Arithmetic, One fifth from State Course of Study, four-fifths from Smith. 2. Civil Government, Strong & Schafer. 3. English Literature: August, 1909 A. One-half from texts: New comer's English Literature, and Newcomers American Litera ture. B. One-half from the following classics: 1. Shakespeare, Julius Caesar (Riv. lit. ser.) Houghton, 25c. 22c. 2. Ruskln, Sesame and Lilies (Riv, lit. ser.) Houghton, 2:c. 22c. 3. Carlyle, Essay on Burns and Bums' Pojms (Pocket Classics) Macmillau, 25c. 22c. The first figure is the publisher's price, the second the price to schools contracted for between the Oregon Library Commission and The J K. Gill Co. 4 Geog.aphy, Oiiefifth from State Course of Study, four-fifths from Redway & Hinman. o. Grammar, One-fifth from State Course of Study, four-fifths from Buehler. 6. History, U. S. One-fifth from State Course of Study, four-fifths from Buehler. 7. Orthography, Reed s Word Les sons. S. Physical Geography, Tarr's New Physical Geography. 9. Physiology, Krohn. Hutchinson. 10. Reading, State Course of Study, White's Art of Teaching, Oral Reading. 11. School Law, School Laws of Oregon. 12. Theory and Practice, White's Art of Teaching. 13. Writing, Outlook Writing Svs tem, Tets in Wrl'lng. 14. Algebra, Veils; Algebra for Secondary Schools. 15. Bookkeeiing, Office Methods and Practical Bookkeeping, Part I. 16. Composition, Herrlck & Damon 17. Physics, Mlllikan & Gale: A First Course In Physics. IS. Psychology, Buell. 19. Botany, Bergen: Elements of Pittsburgh Perfect Electrically Welded Fence l In a class of its own because it is he only Fence of its kind made, and it is the Fence for you to use because 1. It is the best made. 2. Has tame sized stay as strand wire3. 3. Haa no wraps or clamps to hold moisture and cause rust. 4. 8tay cannot be spread by stock. 6. The price is right. 6. It is the strongest Fence on the market. Buy It. try It. and your Fence troubles will be over. ELECTRICALLYY WELDED FENCE For Poultry. Hors, Horses, cattle, Lawn and Corn Cribs FOR SALE BY FOR SALE BY 5. D. KELTNER ENTERPRISE, OREGON. COME ONE COME ALL and be convinced that the place to buy Men's Clothing, Shoes, Hals, Gloves, Overalls, Shirts, Un derwear, Suitcases, Trunks, and everything in the line of Men's Furnishings is THE STORE THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF THESE LINES The most complete and only exclusive line of Men's Furnishings in Wallowa County C. H. ZURCHER 3otany. 20. Geometry, Went worth: Plane iiul Solid Geometry, questions on Plane Geimetry. 21. History, Gene.al, Myers: Gen eral History. An examination is required upon he first thirteen subjects for a first hree years; upon the first eighteen subjects for a State certificate valid or five years; and upon the twenty me subjects for a State diploma zalld for lite. 42c2 OOVE WILL PLAY TWO GAMES IN ENTERPRISE Cove will play two games with En erprlse next week, on Thursday and Friday, June 17 and 18. and will jlay Wallowa on June 16. Cove Is .-onsldered stronger than the Union :eam and is tlsd with the latter for .he lead in the league race. Enterprise will play at Wallowa .iext Sunday, and it is hoped to make rrangiimen's to have the train make he trip. It will be run If 100 tickets ;an be sold at 75 cents each. Wallowa Loses To Joseph. Joseph won from the Wallowa team in the game at Joseph Sunday after aoon by the score of 8 to 6. The pine was characterized by free hit .ing and lowe fielding. Hallgarth or Joseph pitched good ball and did tome heavy slugging besides. That 'ine pitcher, Jimmle Hayes, evidently tal an off day. Three coach loads Jf Wallowa rooters went up on the ixcuralon train and a large crowd of enterprise fans boarded the train Uere. Batteries: Wallowa, Hayes and Maxwell; Joseph, Hallgarth and 'ogleman. Umpire, Bllyeu. ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET BF.S1 OF MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND. ffift" S. E. COMBES mount Pelts and Hides PROPRIETOR Hack Calls to S any part of the city j answered day or night. ENTERPRISE LIVERY AND HACK BARN J. C. SHACKELFORD, Proprietor. First Class Rigs and careful drivers. a within city limits BaCgBBI8MgBBa,,MM,,,,tI;8,ggMaEjMCKit,MBmMBmg N!'";..u"' nd Bobbin for u in All Make, of Sewing Machine. FOR SALE BY S. D. Reltner Mrs. J. S. Matthews went to WaJ. Iowa Tuesday for a few days stay. Hascall Cole went out to Eltfo, Tuesday. John Wortman, Sr., went to Elgfn, 'Monday. Fred J. Holmes will erect a tint residence in La Grande. Mrs. Willis Wright and children o( Alicel returned home Tuesday liter a visit with Mrs. J. S. Matthews. Frank Ready and Mrs Byron Brtdj returned to their homes at Grossman, Monday, after a visit here with their father, J. B. Ready. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Sanford left Monday for Portland, and after a visit there and other points, expect to M cate In the Rogue River valley. Miss Maude Hudson returned re cently from a visit at Milton, aceoo panted by her cousin, Miss Badle Morris, who will be her guest until after the 4th. The best washing machine os earth Is the Flyer. For tale b) S. D. KeKner. A Thrilling Rescue. How Bert R. Lean, of Cheny. Wuk was saved from a frightful death h a story to thrill the world. "A hr4 cold," he writes, "brought on a del perate lung trouble that baffled u expert doctor here. Then I paid 10 to $15 a visit to a lung specialist is Spokane, who did not help me. Then I went to California, but without benefit. At last I used Dr. Kind New Discovery, which completely cured me and now I am aa well ever." 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