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the prosperity of Oregon.
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money is in good supply.
Life insurance premiums
drain Oregon of vast
sums every year.
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Makes all of its invest
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portant factor in the up
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HOME OFFICE, PORTLAND, OR.
A. L HILLS. Pm. L. 8AMUEU Qa. UgT
CLARENCE S. 8AMUEU AMI M(r.
City and County
Brief News Items
Mrs. Omer Stubble.'ield returned
home from La Grande, Sunday.
W. F. Rankin wen to La Grande,
Monday, on a business trip.
Al Makin, Sam and Frank Richards
left Monday for Spokane to registe:
ror the land drawing.
Sit Up And
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
In dress goods of the newest
and most exclusive patterns,
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDER
WEAR, LAWN, NET AND SILK
WAISTS FOR LADIES,
LADIES' COLLARS AND COL-
NOTIONS, Etc, etc.
We have in transit a large in
voice of Men's Clothing which
wi l arrive in about 10 days.
We also take orders for the
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
et, and only equalled In dur
ability and holding its shape
by the celebrated SteUon.
We have just received a large
aisortment of men's, boys' la
dies' and Mhses' Oxford Shoes
In black, tan. chocolate and
bx-blood (lace or buckle.)
Our Grocery and Hardware de
partments are also complete.
Drcp in, look at our goods,
and compare prices.
R. S. & I. CO.
B T. Long bai returned from Spo
kane. I. N. Pitzer was at Joseph Sunday,
a guest of old friends.
C. M. Lorkwood and family spam
Sunday at Wa'lowa.
Herb Browning and Hallie Boswell
left Sunday on a trip to the Coas
jihI to the fair.
.Mrs. Be'le Robinm and children
ho had been at J. T. Bircher's, re
turned to Elgin, Sunday.
Bread. and cake for sale at Mrs. M
Larseu's, three don's east of post
office. Leslie I-nthrop has Just flnisheJ
moving II. B. P.oyd s big barn to
another part of the block.
Fresh Fish every Friday and Sa
urday at Cray & Hotchklss Cit;
Mrs. Gen. ChIUler.3 and chlldre
f Lostine returned home Monday
ifter a day's visit with Mr. and Mrs
Sheriff Edgar Marvin returned froir
Saleni. Sunday, where he had bee
with Hulse, sent tj the peiitentiar.
for one ye jr.
Memory Bell left Moiday for Nort'
Yakima where he will go to wir
.'or his uncle- who has a largs i M.
tract for electrical work.
Mrs. G. D. Tucker and children o
Elgin, returned home Saturday afte
a few days visit at the home of he.
brother, S. L. Burnaugh.
Deputy Cointy Clerk Chas. C
Bilyeu left Saturday for the V
lamette valley on a month's vacation
He will visit the fair while gone.
Mrs. Ed Tulley of Wallowa stoppe
aere a day on her return from th.
0. A. C. club me3ting at the lake
and vialted Mr. and Mr3. S. L. Bui
Mr. and Mm. Wi lis Jackson c!
Grelton, Ohio, arrived Sunday and wi.
.Hit a few days with his brother, t
. Jackson, and faailiy, before goim
3u to the Seattle fair.
B. B. Boyd Is the first to have hii
louse connectei with the new wate'
works' and is all ready to begin usln;
he water as soon as it Is turnei
J. J. Murphy of Perry, who own'
'.he Rouse place on Alder Slope
anie in Monday and if he can get :
tuitable house will move his famll.
lere about August 20th.
W. H. Moore, sUdent of McMini
.'ille college, will spek at the Chrli
Jan church at 11 a. m. Sunday mon
ing on ".Missions, a Survey of Need'.
Opportunities and Obligations."
Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Meyers an
ihildren of Ontario came in Frlda
to visit a few days with his siste
Mm. J. P. Sanders, and family. Mi
Meyers and Mrs. Sanders had nc
met in 15 years. He is a mlniste
if the Baptist church.
Guy Wew-er and A. G. Smith o'
Joseph were on Saturday's outgoin
:raln bound for Spokane to registe
in the land drawing. Mr. Weave
who is a drug clerk, is leaving Josepl
md expects to locate In Montana
Merrill Groshong, brother of Mrs. 6.
L. Burnaugh, ha taken Weaver'
place in the Joseph drug store.
Anatone Times: Harry Murdocl
passed through Anatone Wednesda)
afternoon with a- 2000-pound Shire
Jtallion which he brought from Spo
kane and was taking to his ranch on
the Grand Ronde river. The horse
is valued at $3000 and Mr. Murdocl
traded some Clarkston acreage foi
Harry Thomas, for the last year
Wallowa county manager for the Home
Ind. Telephone company, left Satur
day for his old home at Pontiac, Mich,
to be gone four or five months. He
went by way of Spokane where he
will register for the land drawings.
During Mr. Thomas' absence, Joe
Lloyd will have charge of the com
pany's interests in this county.
NOTICE TO OWNERS
OF RANGE 8TOCK
Notice is hereby given to owners
of range stock that on and aftei
Tuesday, August 10, all such stock
found wl:hin the city limits of En
terprise will be taken up and held
By order of the Mayor.
60bl W. E. TAGGART, city recorder
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior,
United States Land Office at La
Grande, Oregon, July 31, 1909.
Notice Is hereby civen that Loean
McCormack, of Enterprise, Oregon,
who, on June 12, 1903. made Home
stead Entry No. 13023-Serlal, No.
03961, for NE'NE14, S NE,
NEVi SKV4, Secllon 32, Township i
North, Range 40 East, Willamette
.Meridian, has filed notice of Intention
to make Final five year Proof, to
eitahlish claim to the land above
described, before C. M. Lockwood, U
S Commissioner, at Enterprise
Oregon, on the CCth day of Septem
Claimant names as witnesses:
Chas. G. Holmes, of Zumwalt, Oregon
J. M. Blakely, of Enterprise. Oregon,
George Haas, of Enterprise, Oregon,
Charles Young, of Enterprise, Oregon
50cu S C. CRAM WELL, Register.
Enterprise Opera House
Third WeeK of the
Popular Favorites . ..
The Ethel Tucker
The Charming Drama
The play that first made
Miss Tucker famous . . .
An event long to be remembered
ties Between Acts,
by those Popular
ville and Athey
Popular Prices, 25, 35, 50 ct;
seats Selling at Burnaugl
Chas, A. Thomas was at Lostlne,
F. A. ReavU and little daugnte
leta returned Monday from a trl.
.o outside points.
Deputy Assessor Thos. Rich o
oseph had business at the cour.
J. A. Burleigh left Tuesday fo
Ipokane. He will register for the
Steady progress is being made o
aying the distributive system of th
:Ity water works.
G. B. Robertson of Pittsburg wa
mending to business in the count
ieat the first of the week.
Miss Julia Flathers of Walla Walla
.rrived Monday to visit her brother,
vho resides six miles north of this
:ity. Workmen are digging the trenc:
'or the pipe from the E. M. & M
ild reservoir to Uie new one on to;
f the hill.
Mr. and Mrs. John Baker and famil.
f Swamp Creek, returned Frida;
rom a visit to the Seattle fair, Pascc
ind Walla Walla.
J. C. Shackelford says that while
be doesn't run a sales stable, yon cai
ilways find a string of good horse
'or sale at his barn.
Prof. Ira Pratt left for Bellingham.
Wash., Saturday to Join Mrs. Prat'
ind see the fair. The latter hat
been ill since going to the Sound.
Mr. and Mrs. John Moore and baby
returned to their home at Caldwell,
Ida., Sunday, after a visit with Mm.
Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Mrs. E. J.. Forsythe returned fron
La Grande, Monday, leaving Mrs, Wm
Korsythe In fair way to recovery
The latter's son from Ohio, is al
Ills mother s bedside.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. We3t arrived
here from Iowa last week and are
Waiting with Rev. Trueblood and
family. Mrs. West Is a sister o
Mrs. Trueblood. Mr. We3t recently
sold out his mercantile business In
jriswold, Iowa, and expects to locate
somewhere in the Northwest.
Now is the time
To Get Your : :
QCWIMP. ALL WORK
Next door to Larsen'a Jewelry Store,
Play That Brought
Her First Success
Friday Night's Bill at Opera House
Won Fame For Mits
Both of last we'k's offerings by
the Ethel Tinker company we e
splendidly preiented and the audi
ences were pleased.
The company Is growing in favor
and the various members are giving
evidence that their selection wad
carefully made. Friday night of this
i week, Queena, a charming four act
play, will be given, and on Saturday
night a bis triple bl 1 is the attract
Queena ho ds you interested f o
something over two hours and sends
you home with the feeling that you
have spent an e ening quite worth
High class acting, a blending of
healthy, bright comely and pathos,
so natural and frea from maudlin
sentiment as to cut deep, make
Queena one of tie most appealing
plays that have been' seen this
season. Queena Is also the play
that brought Miss Ethel Tucker her
first success gave her the position
imong prominent managers and the
Uanding in her profession which
.as ever since placed her among
he foremost emo lonal actresses.
In the play the gowns she wears
ind those worn by the other ludief
it the company are "Visions" of the
The company won commendation
'or the unusual attention given to
he stage settings. In Queena the)
intend to surpass all thai they have
10 far done.
The following le'ter from the late
Richard B. Hubbard is a glowing
'.ribute to Miss Tucker's acting.
Tyler, Texas. Feb. 3, i900.
Miss Ethel Tucker, My Dear Madam.
It affords me sincere pleasure to
jxpress, in this Informal way, my
llgh appreciation of your rendltlor
f the part of "Queena" the heroine
n the drama of that name, at th
Grand' last evening in this city
That difficult part, from the first t
he last act, (but especially in the
nad scene) was suverb and touch
ng and was worthy o." the bette'
lays of the drama and the stag?
r, therefore, congratulate you. Wish
ng you a long and yet more brilli
mt career in your chosen profession.
I am yours very truly.
' Richard B. Hubbard.
Adjourned Session, Aug. 2, 1909.
n the matter of the allowance o'
-Uscellaneous bills against the county
md the issuance of warrants therefor
The court having passed on and'
audited each of said bills separate
'ly, the same are allowed and war
ranto ordered drawn by the county
clerk in payment of same in classes
and amounts as follows:
VV. C. Moore, scalp bounty .. $10 30
ha.s. E. Isley, grand jury .. 11 50
f. W. .Macauley, grand Jury .. 17 00
L. G. Page, grand jury 17 00
foe Gill, grand jury 13 20
rl. E. Driver, grand Jury 10 00
i. C. Laird, grand Jury 6 70
f. B. Ready, grand Jury bailiff 6 00
Sam Wade, grand Jury 7 80
H. R. Hanna, official reporter's
fees 23 00
V W. Fagln, court bailiff .. 9 00
. B. O.uisted, salary co. Judge
Ju,y 66 60
Sdgar Marvin, salary sheriff 166 66
W. C. Boatman, salary clerk 123 00
3. F. Miller, salary assessor 100 00
I. C. Conley, sa'ary Supt. .. 83 3?
W. T. Bell, salary treasurer 60 00
Chas. G. Bilyeu, salary deputy
clerk 73 00
Chas. E. Crow, salary deputy
ah at 109
Ella Daley, salary stenographer 40 00
3. J. Forsythe. lights ...... is 00
Nina Miller, work in assessor's
ffi 21 43
W. C. Wilson, work in assessor's
,.0ffi 42 50
Vm. Daisley, witness state vs.
Emmons 2 20
f. L. Seigmund, witness state vs. "
..Emmons 2 0
W. E. Taggart. witness state vs.
Emmons 2 20
V C. Smith, justice fees, state
vs. Hulse ; ..
p. o ia
uios. Rich, work assessing .. 48 00
I. B. wniamsmi, ju,or
term court x- oc
f. A. Eddleinon, jror May
u?rm C0l"-t n Q0
V. I. Cronin, juror May term
ourt ' 9 2()
Ober Ward, witness before
grand J'"y 4 00
I. J. Henderson, witness before
grand Jury G 0fJ
A. J. Collins., witness before
Joe Ogbourn, witness before
160 acres of timber on Alder Slope
100 acres of timber on
One business lot on east side, of public
square, facing court house - 5qq qq
One 5-room house with stone foundation.
wired tor lights and plione, insured for
$1000, paid up for three vears, with
woodshed, cellar and well and one-half 1
block, 120x240 feet, five blocks from
postoffice - r - . 1200.00
Four residence lots, 60x120 feet each,
fenced and part sodded down, all four 400.00
These prices are the best I can
mane but 1 can sell on terms to
suit the buyer, it not being neces
sary to pay down any money if
CLARENCE E. VEST
grand jury 3 20
Mrs. Jessie Huse, witness before
grand Jury 4 00
Rile Cook. witness before
grand jury 4 40
Wlllard Cramer, witness before
grand jury 6 0
H. C. Cramer witness before
grand Jury 2 20
C. C. Duger, wUness before
grand Jury 3 40
!n the matter of approving the plat
)f Million's subdivision of block 9
ind tract wes: thereof, of Amended
liverside addition to. the town of
Said plat approved and ordered
placed on public record.
The third meeting of the W. C. T.
J. will be held on the lawn at the
some of Mrs. N. J. Falconer Friday,
August 13, at 2 p. m. In case of
uciement weather the meeting will
e held In th Christian church. All
nterested In the cause are Invited
o meet with the members.
Lltch Has New Auto.
County Commissioner Sam Lltch
eceived his new auto, a Ford Twenty,
Saturday, n is 1909 model and Is
ieat and trim looking. It was driven
n from La Grande.
At Joseph, Or. 30 head of horses,
ihout half of them well broke, mostly
lome-bred percherons some of' the
mares with foal. Saturday August
14, 1909, at Duncan's Livery stable,
commencing at 10 a. m. Terms 5
per cent off for caih. Four months
time will be given, with secured note,
f not paid within 4 months, 8 per
ent interest will be charged.
-'I. B. Davlilhizar, auctioneer.
Julius Bidstrap, owner, 28b2
Court House Progress. '
The masons have resumed work
an the court house and are laying
jhe second story courses. The con
crete partitions are completed and
the second story floor is laid.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFER8.
W. T. Potts to Gus Carlson, lots
3 and 7. blk. 3, Bowman's add Los
C. S. Haney to W. F. Rankin, lots
1, 5, 6 and 8, blk. 20, Enterprise, to-'
gether with all machinery, tools and
COIVIE ONE COME ALL
and be convinced that
the place to buy
Men's Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
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
equipment In planing mill building,
also all water power, water rigin,
ditches, flumes and canals therewith.
CRAY & HOTCHKI88.
Fresh and Salt Meats
HIGHEST .MARKET PRICE FOE
HIDES AND PELTS.
, River 8t., 1 block south of Funk's
store, Enterprise Oregon,
- Temperance Beer
And all kinds of Soft Drinks
Cigars and Confectionery
POOL AND BILLIARDS
Orderly House No Minors Allowed
New Fraternal Bldr. 1st door weit ofR-S.il
BRIGHT & SIEGMUND
Ice Cream Soda
. ALL FLAVORS
Sundaes, Root Beer, Re
When extra CANDY
wanted come to
Next Door to Bank -Enterprise,
- - Oregon
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