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TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR. NO. 45. ENTERPRISE, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1909 MONEY TO LOAN Slate Funds loaned, C per cent. John p. Rusk. AtU. State Land E'd. Joseph WANTED. FAMILY WASHING. Specialties: faiiCT shirt waists and white skirts and dresses. Mrs. Harris. 4 blocks west oT old courthouse. 15b I FOR SALE. 1XMCER, all kinds of rough lumber, j r. McCoy, Enterprise, Oreg. Mill J2 miles norUi of Enterprise. CbS A GOOD PIANO, for a reasonable price. Wj-ite or phone to Mrs A. Wade, Enterprise, Oreg. 67btf STRAYED. Black Horse white hind legs, slight t crippled in one front foot, has halter on, branded 10 on stifle, shod when got away. Reward paid if re turcel to my plae in Enterprise, or for information leading to his re covery. J. E. PATTERSON. 16b4 FOUND. GOLD RINU at Ball ground. Owner cui have same by calling at this of fice, proving property and paying for this notke. NEW ARRIVALS. Daughter, to the wife of W.J. Goll nick, June 14. Daughter, to the wife of A. H. Sas wr of Swamp Creek, June 21. Daughter, to the wife of W.A.Mur ray of Alder Slope, June 27. Son. to the wife of Floyd B. Leon ard of Lost Id e, June 28. Bought New Separator. C. R. Elliott of Leap has bought a sew 24 inch separator of Walla Walls make, called the Pride of Washington. Passenger Run, When? From La Grande Observer. Conductor F, O Hare is to get the Joseph-La Grande passenger run, a place made vacant by Conductor J. E. Conners' promotion to the mainline. REALTY TRANSFERS FOR LAST 30 DAYS LONG LIST OF DEEDS FILED FOR RECORD DURING MONTH OF JUNE. S. V. Cray to W. W. Kuhn. undi vided half interest in lot 2, blk. B, Ixsiine. $.G7.50. Janiej M. Kissee to John MeCul loch, sw sw 21-2n-41. $1. Daniel Po;.d to E. B. Wheat, lot 1, blk. 4. Alder View add. Enterprise, fl C. R. Elliott to James O. Elliott, south half sw, wVa se, sec 17, In 41. C. R. Elliott to Hilda A. Elliott se 18- ln-44. $4500. H. E. Merryman to Mary B. Rankla lots 11 and 12, Merryman add to Enterprise. $1. Emma Smith to W. A. Jone3, lots 1 and 4 blk 33, Gardner's add to Enterprise. $S50. Edgar Marvia to W. P. Ballard, lots 10, 11 and 12, blk 17. McDouald add to Wallowa. $233.50 F. D. McCully to Myrta E. Hayes, lot 5, blk. 17, Ee'levue add to Joseph. $150. Press Bankhead to John McDonald, north half sw 17-2n-44. $600. J. P. Sanders to Frank Hamblen, lots 7 and 8, blk, 16, Enterprise. $1. Bruce B. Boyd to Frank Hamblen, lots u and 6, blk. 16, Enterprise, $1. Daniel Boyd to W. F. Rankin, lots 3, 4 and S, blk. 2. Alder View add to Enterprise. $1. Ella B&rnhill to Nibley-Minnaugh Lumber Co., ne 3-ln-44. $400. Daniel Eoyd to Omr J, Stubble field, pait of blk, a, Bank add to En terprise. $1, Edgar Marvin, sheriff, to John Mc Donald, south hijf ne sec, II, south half nw sec' 12, 2a-43. $681.50 Susie A. Holme et al to Wm. A. uavis. part of iik v,r. amended add to Enterprise. $125. V. S. to C. S. Clarke. R. R.. s ne. ne se sec. 2:'. sw nw nw sw sec. 23, 2n-45. $200. Susie A. Holmes et al to Wm. J. Hamtnack, 1.5 acre In se nw 2 2s-44. $200. J. H. Parrott to W. J. Hamniack, north half nw ne, north half ne nw 17-2S-44. $1450. Wm. Makin to City of Enterprise, (Continued on last page.) Fine Chance For Circus Business Catch Escaped Animals and Serpents And Rent Second Hand Tent In a letter requesting the address of his paper be changed temporarily to La Grande, M.' L. Harris says he saw alfalfa being cut and raked In the Grande Ronde valley when he went out the first of last week, and that some wheat fields looked well with wheat nice'.y headed out, hut much of the grain looked late and backward. Mr, Harris says the Adams show that was here a week ago Saturday, lost one of its snttkes (n thjs. town, while the' Wild West show lost a bob cat at Union. One of the shows has a small elephant left and the other a smaller coyote so they con tinue in bu&Jnes, but Mr, Harris opines if some enterprising fellow would catch what the two "shows lost, and get him a second hand tent, he iwould have the best show of the three OREGON SECURES WIDE PUBLICITY no money to pay the clerk hire neces sary to mull the literature If we had it and someone would donate the stamps. By far the harden and coUllest i part of advertising U furnishing the medium. This U done gratis for fall the smaller towns of the state by SATURDAY EVENING POST TELLS Portland, and some towns can't even take advantage of it because of nog lect to furnish the descriptive mat- FIVE MILLION PEOPLE ABOUT BEST STATE. I, rought to the attention of'p j iit people of the country through ! tlltCrpf ISC WlflS ivertisement In h Cii.. First Cove fiame Portland, . June 29. "Oregon Is the place for you", has been the slogan brought to the attention 5,000,000 a Dig advertisement in th Kntnr. day Evening Post, placed by the Port land Commercial rlnh mH th 0,1.0 I message has been seut to 1 .000,000 more through other Publications. Reasons why Oregon Is the state of opportunity have been presented. The 92 commercial bodies of the state having membership in the Ore gon Development league have bom given an opportunity without cost to them to answer immediately thous ands of new inquiries about Oregon. Never before has Oregon been so well known and Interest in the state so generally aroused. All that Is need ed to get the best results Is for the commercial bodies to take advantage of the opportunity and make these home-seekers familiar with their sec. tlons by sending them literature and answexipg Inquiries, (This is the largest and costliest adv. ever placed at one time by a western commercial club and will elicit thousands upon thousands of replies frqin real homeseekers, set tiers, and Investors, These names will be sent to all the commercial clubs of the state, including Enter prise, but will do us no ood as ter. This is plain speaking and maybe unwelcome but It Is the truth and should be known.) Mr. Harris Is taking treatment for there la not a line or scrap of litera- rheumatism at La Grande, He say ture extant about this city and the L. Couch's little daughter is. recover- great resqurces of this county all lng and Is now able to walk. Mr. and directly or Indirectly tributary to Mrs. James Fitzpatrick of Lostineare this city, There is no fund to pay also tber? fqr treatment. Mr. Harris the. postage on the literature even is stopping with old school friends, if we had the literature. There is nnnnnnnnnnnocaannnnonDConflanflnnnDnnnnnnnnnnnnnpannnnc D PI EE D a o n a n a B O n Q a a D a n n a a a a a a B D U D a n b a a a o a D a a a o Q n Q D a a L M COS Busy, Store Ladies' Summer Skirts Just received a fine line of Ladies' Summer Skirts in White, Tan and Blue. Exceptionally good values. We want 3'ou to come and examine them. We also wish you to remember we carry the PERCIVAL B. PALMER line of Suits, Shirts and Coats. Our sales of these goods has been very grat ifying and we appreciate your patronage. Still there are others that we would like to fit with a nicenew suit. Come in and see us. Our goods are right, our prices are right, we are right, and you wi'l be treated right. Ladies' Neckwear We can truthfully say that there is none nicer in the city. We have also a complete line of BELTS, all colors. Shoes In a few days we will have a line of fancy Oxfords and Shoes that will surpass anything that we ever have been able to show you in the Shoe line. Don't forget to ask to see them and we will gladly show them. . Men's Neckwear We have a nobby line of Ties and Scarfs. If you see them we feel confident that you will purchase. Gloves We carry the celebrated McKibbin Clove. For hard wear there is none better. They are good fitters. We have them in both Dress and WorKing Cloves. Suit Cases If you are going to the World's Fair, visit the E. M. & M. Store and get you a nice leather Suit Case before starting. We have them rang ing in price from $2 up to $12. Also Handbags in different styles, B B D D D R B 3 RE D a a Defeat Heavy Hitters, Tuesday, By Decisive Score of 12 to 6 Cove, June 2:). The Enterprise baseball team won from the locals this afternoon by the score of 12 to fi. In game mark el by the free and heavy hitting of tho visitors Just the ten regula.s of the baseball team went out to l'nlo:t county Mon day, Gilbert sending word he could not come, and Haves being pursuadel not to go. Wallowa and Jcse.ih played 12 In nings at Wallowa Sunday, the soora being 3 to 2 In favor of Wallowa. WEDDING BELLS. Keeler-Flske. Imnaha, June 21 One of the prettl est home weldings of the season took place at the home of Mrs. Jose phine FIske, nt high noon Wednea day, June 21, whe:i hor daughter, .Miss Virginia, waa united In marriage to Mr. Alva L. Keeer. The Rev W. S. Crockett of the Enterprise Christian church, officiated. The rooms were nicely decorate? with roios and o'her flowers. The bride was beautiful In a stylish gown of dotted Swiss, with embroidered no and fillet ince. She carried a borate of La France rosei. The ceremony was Impressive and was witnessed by a large number of relatives and friends who showed congratulations on the popular bride and groom. Then came a sumptuous wedding feast and all who were there will always re member the splendid hospitality of Mrs. FIske and daughters. Doth the young people are well and favorably known. The bride la a handsome and amiable girl and will be a fine wife.. The groom Is a promising young, man whose home since childhood has been for the most part at and near the town of Wallowa. Mr. and Mrs. Keeler received a very large number of beautiful and costly presents. They will be "al home" to their frimds at the Hotch- kiss ranch after July 1, 1909, Coulter-Kinney. Mrs. Mary J. Kinney and Mr. James J. C'ouller, boih of Prairie Creek, were married at 12:30 p. in., Thursday, June 24, In the Hotel En terprise parlor, Justice A, C, Smith officiating. E3 a a a a a BASKETS 8ELL WELL AT CAMP CREEK SOCIAL IPBICE Of HORSES SOAR NG UPWARDS AUCTION 8ALE OF MIXED LOT AVERAGES $34 WORK HORSES SCARCE. With a work t nm wiling on I ho street for $.'00 cush, and a public auction of 31 lie.ul of horses, about lialf of which were yearling and two-year olds, bringing V-'TST.r.O, or an average of o.er S a head, It. certainly looks i "horse are wak ing up." as J. (', .McKelrii!(.v nays. Mr. McFcttldno ha! tho horse sale :it the Rod Front burn, Saturday, rlt! sens being present in large numbers from all over the ro inty, and a num ber of ou:n dc bil e-s wsre prewit. The bidding was 'Ivcly and tho nt ck brought "good tiitUM" prices, the bust for common nri o' hors fir many years. For lns.ar.ee, a tomi of two- year o'd small, black IYrcnro:i f'- lies, wo'l maichel, so' J f r $i!22. Horse raisers i resent weo ull j ibl- lant for present prices menu ft large addition to their wealth. II. H. DavHhUar was auctioneer an. I M. F, Pace clerk. H. C. Laird sold hla fine bz wJik tot.m to C. A. Hunter, .lomlay, for 1500. It Is a spanking good tear,), but hero are otheis, which indlcttet Mr. Laird got only what they aru worth under pre Mint condllloi'H. Tho horse buslnesj In W ill'vya county, after year of dopre mon, took a turn for the better nl. t'i Imo of tlio lloor war, 10 yoaia n'o. when the Binnll sto. k, p:iilu i, eU:v were got ill of. Slice t'-in tho lorse market bus risen wllh the grm" i of horses until today the grulj aid class rank as liluli as any In tin northwest, and tho price li rj'.f'id Ing. The first Slil.'o ho :-Jt hnriglu t this county was In 1K83 by U I'U'.i man. In the fol'.owlng J'e'ir a i"tn puny composed o. CintiMi A. t'. .Smith, Jiidfje l;ill Ue-h, Sim Wade and Ed Im'iler brought In two Imported black Pen herons, one of which is the well known lllacklo that was exhibited at the horse s iow In this city last April. Old HlaekU li the father or grandfather of h'.lf the blacks In the co inly, said a well known horsoman, and he Is a grand old fellow yet. Today there are scores of fine stallions and Wallowa county hovsj.s are second to none. Jack Johnson of Imnaha Is the loneer breeder of Morgans, and Iln (Continued on lust page.) p D A complete line of Children's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Latest Makes, will arrive this week. E. M. & M. Co., Enterprise, Oregon The closing of the spring term of school in district 53, Camp Creek school was observed by a basket social and entertainment held In the school house Friday night, that was a record breaker both for enjoyment and financial results. Thirteen baa kets sold for $45.50, a sum that will go a long way toward making repairs to the school house, adding storm doors, building a chimney, woadshed, etc. Whan the e things are d ne Ca np Creek will be one of the U'jst equip ped country schools in the county. It now has patent seats, Hilo plate blackboard, library case, etc., and the house is nlcaly i a nted Inside and out. The patrons ate of right proud of their school. They can be proud of their children and tkelr teacher, too. The latter is Mis Lulu Owntey and she was heart ily congratulated Friday night over the entertainment of recitations, dialogues and music given by the pupils. The Jewe l boys favored with selections on the organ and violin. i Taking all In all It was an occasion long to be remembered by pupils, par ents and teacher. WARNING I Parents are warned that I will not le responsible for accidents whereby I heir . children are hurt while tres passing on the lumber yard or In the mill. LON DAVIS, Proprietor Enterprise Planing Mill. Strawberries by the Crate Lowest MarKet price Choicest HOOD RIVER Berries LEAVE ORDERS Bananas, Oranges Lemons SHINGLES Plenty of Good Cedar Shingles Always the CHEAPEST . 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