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GRADE FINAL EXAMINATIONS. I - I S-ate of Oregon, Department of rub- j lie instruction, SaJem. I For WaJoa Coimtv. 1. DATES: ' i Throe examinations aanua'.!y. Each county superiiiiendentt, to select ' months for hia county. (a) January 19-20, 1911. (b) .May, 11-12, 1911, (c) June 8-9, 1911. (d September 7-8, 191L 2. PROGRAM : (a) Thursdays Physiology, Writ ing, History and Civil Gov mi ni eat. (b) Friday Grammar, Arithme tic, Geography, and Spewing. SOURCES OF QUESTIONS : (a Ari'-hinctU' Practical Arith metic Smith. (b Civ 3 Government Uni-ed Scates Constitution. ! (c) Geography Sure Course of Study; Roday and Hitman's Na tural School Geography. (d History Lit of Topics from ' History Out'.ine l:i Statx? Course j of Study and Current Events. I (e) Gramma- Buohlor's Modern ' Etic't h Grammar, no aiairrum- I ItlUlg. i (f l'hvsi.ilogy Gr?Al Ise30iis in Phyaio!ojry and Hypin'oe Krohn. tg) Reading The teacher will s?Tid to the County Superinten dent the applicant".', c'.c-cs standing 4u reading, whvo wU b taken by such superintendent as the, vp p'-icaMife a-aukling oa he subject, (h) -SixsiUng RecJa Ward SOPS. (1) Wriing Speclmoaa of ponin"ji rfiip as in3i,'a-vl in copied mat ter and from manuacri.pt ta Lan guase. Respectfully submitted, J. H. ACKHRMAX, Supt. Public Instruction. The fi:i examination for the year will be held January 19-20. 17c4 J. C. OOXLBY, Supt. Don't forpet to attend the apecial ale at the R. S. & Z. Cos. cert Sat urday. 69b5 MODEL 10 VISIBLE has just been awarded the Grand Prix over all competitors at the rassels International Exposition The Smith Premier Typewriter Co., Inc., 1111 Third Ave., Seattle, Wash. For sale and on display by JACKSOX & WEAVER, Agents, Enterprise ,UIII1M!UMIUIUIU C!(SSS'S'5r'ff-t.'iI;?H3;PKJ'S-1l1aeiBB I Are Yoo of .Your Job? 8 Or is some one else assuming' the responsibility for your worK? The trained man is the responsible and well-paid man. The untrained man the chap that does only the detailed part of the work at another's bidding as sumes no responsibilities and is paid just so much for his labor, and no more. If 3'ou are only a detail man, the International Correspondence Schools can fit you for positions higher up can help you to be boss of your own job. If you are earning only a small wage, the I. C. S. can raise your salary. No matter where 30U live, how many hours a day you work, how little spare time or money you have, or how limited your education (provided 'ou can read and write), the International Correspondence Schools will go to you and train you for your chosen occupation. Training means rapid advancement to be boss of your own job. The 214 Courses of the I. C. S. offer to you a way out of the rut of forever having to take orders from the boss. The I. C. S. can help you just as it has helped thousands of other ambiti ous men that at the rate of 300 every -month are voluntarily reporting salar ies raised and positions bettered as the direct result of I-C-S Training. The I-C-S way will not require you to leave home, stop work, nor suffer any in convenience. To find out all abou t the I-C-S way to get full information about how you can learn to be boss of your own job marK and mail the at tached coupon. This will cost you only postage and will place you under ab solutely no obligation. SUMMONS. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Wallow County. Edith, Hooper, plaintiff vs. Samuel W. Hooper, Defendant To Samuel W. Hooper, above nam ed defendant; to the name of (he Stat of Oregon, you are hotvby re quired to appear and answer the com plaint filed against you by the plaintiff In the above entitled court and cause, withla six votu from and after the &th. day of December A. D. 1910, the same being the first publication of this summons, and if you fail so to appear and answer, you will be in default for want thereof, and plaintiff wilt thereupon PIly to said court for the relief prayed for In her complaint, to-wit: for a decree of said court dissolving the marriage contract now and here tofore existing between plaintiff and defendant that said marriage con tract be from henceforth held for naught, that the plaintiff be awarded the custody of the child of the mar riage, Edith Nolly Hooper, and that plaintiffs maiden name Edi tl Har mon, be restored to her. The defendant will toko notic that 'this summons to published by or der of Hon. J. B. Olmated, county judge of Wallowa County, Oregon, in the Wallowa Chieftain, a news Paper published .weekly at Enter prise, in said comity and state and, diiroctiiig that the same be published in said newspaper for a period of six weeks and seven issues thereof, the drte of the first publication thereof being the 8th. dsiv of Dwcem- ler A. D. 1910 and the iasrt publi cation being the 19-th. day of Jiuiu- ary A. D. 1911. DANIEL BOYD 16c7 Attorney for Plaintiff. at public auction to the htgheut and Ik tit bidder for cah hi hand, all of (h right, title and fciterw. of the sakt def Catania or either of them had on the date of the said mortgage, or have since acquired fci and to the foliowkisj described real property, to-wkt: - The NK14 of NEl Seotkwi 20, NH of NV4 and SEi of NY4 Sectkm 2 V, in township 2 N and V No. 3 Section 4 In township 1 N all of range 41 Eat W. M. in Wallow CVumty, Oregoiv, To satisfy aid Judgment, decree, interest, cents and accruing cowta. 17c5 EDGAR MARVIN, Sheriff of Wallowa Oomrty, Oregon. January, 1911. before W. C. Boat man, County Clerk of W-Jk Coun- 7, t Enterprise, Oregon. Any person la at liberty to protest his puriha.-y be.'ore entry, or Uv tlote contest, at any time before aVnt Issues, bT filing a corroho- tied affidavit in this office, alleg- fact which would defeat the iry. U c 11 F. C. nrmwell, Regitr. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. In .Uie Circuit Count of the State of Orogon, for WaJlowa County. Vernon M. Gregg, plcinitiff, vs. William A. DaiH anI Sarah F. Dav its, defendants. Notice is hereby given thait under and by virtue of an Execution, judg ment order ojid decree issued out of and undor the seal of the above entitled court, dated the 6th day of Ioceiaber, 1910, to me diiroOd and delivered, upon a judgment and de cree duly made and entered in said count In favor of Veruou M. Gregg, plaintiff, and ogalns.t William " A. DaviB and Sarah F. Davifl, dofciwta;nits, for the sum of $17458 and the further sum of $04.00 costs and disbursements in said oaeo, with ton: per cent initere&t tlioreori, whkh said Judgmenrt. and decree is baaed upon a foreclosure of luontgge and commandiinig rue to incite sale of the hereinafter dwicril! reaJ property to satisfy said judgmeit and decree; Now, therefore, I will, on the ltJi. day of January, 1911, at die hour of ten o'clock in tlie forenoon of ftjdd day, at the front door of the Cunty Count House in the Oily of Enter prise, in Braid county and 9tait( BeU NOTIC3 FOR PUHL1CA7I0N IVpartment of U10 Interior U. S. Land Office at 1-a Oraiule, Orason, November 7th, 1910. Notice is hersby given that New on E. Hammock, whosn pc.st-offict ia Is ISvUirprUe, Wallow" tui. ty, Oregon, did, on the 21st. day of March, 1910, n.e In thU office Sworn Statement and Application No. 07764, to purchase the U'4 SecUon 8, and W4 8W. Svtloi . Township 1 South, Rjuige 46 Bat. WU- lameUe Meridian, and- the Umber thereon, undor Uie provisions of the act of June 3, 1878, and ort amend tory, known a the "Tinihor and Stone law,'' at such vclue as rolglit be fixed by appraisement, and that pursuant to such application, the lend and Umber thereon have bt appraise!, at $400.00 aa being chiefly valuable for tta stone, that oald ap plicant wlil offer final prx In sup port of his application and swom statement on nio 2nd. day of Eebru- ary, 1911, before Carl Roa, United Stajtos CommlsKlitinor, at his office, at Enterprise, Oregon. Any person Is at Ulorty to pro- tent this p uiroh ao bofore' entry, or Uiltiato a conrteut at any tluo bofore patent iHsuea, by filing a corroborat ed affidavit In this office, alleging fects which would defetvt Uie entry, 12cll F. C. BramwoU, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at La Orande, Oregon, Oct. 2Wb., 1910. NoUc la hereby given that Lulu M. Rowlby, whose post-office addrees Is Enterprise, Wailowa County, Or egon, did, on th Hth. dry of April, 1910, file In thia office Swom State ment and Application, No. 07891, to purchase tho SE SW'N 8W14 SV, andV 6W4 SW1-4 of Sec. 22, and the NB4 NW14, S' NW'A NWli, and NW4 NW'14 NW'U, Sec tion 27, Township 1 South, Range 4f Iijt, Willamette Merldkm, and the timber tliereon, under the provis ions of the aot of June 3, 1878, and acts amendatory, known as the "Tim ber and Stone Law," at siich value as might be fixed by appraisement, and that, pumuant to such applica tion, the land and timber thenoon have teen appraised, at $350.00 as being chiefly valuable for Its stone; that said applicant v. Ill offer final proof in support of hl application and sworn atatement on, the 19th. day of s Send the Coupon MOW- BAKER CITY OFFICE International Correspondence Schools Box 493, Baker City, Oregon Pletue explain, without further oblitrmtirm on my part, howl can qualify for a larger aaiary and advancanwnt to the poaitioo before which 1 have marked X. Bookkeeper Stenographer Ad vert itti rifr Man Show -Card Writer Window Trimmer Commercial Law Illustrator Civil Service Exams. Chemist Textile-Mill Supt Concrete Enjrineer Electrical Engineer Power -Station Supt. Heavy Elect. Traction Telephone Engineer Mechanical Enjrineer Mechanical Drafteman Machine Designer Civil Engineer Surveyor Salesmanship Automobile Operator Stationary Ergineer Building Contractor Architect Architectural Draft. Structural Engineer Mining Engineer Mine Foreman . Gas Engineer Plumb's A H't Con. What Can You Expect? What can you expect your business to amount to withe ut a Telephone? 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S. A. CIRCULAR OF INFORMATION. State of Oregon, Department of Ed- ucathm, Salem. September 1, 1910. Giving tho sources of examination question tor State and County pa pens. Fobruary 8-11 and August 9- 12. 1911. 1. Arithmetic One fifth from State Course of Study, four fifths from Smith. 2. Civil Government Stroim & Schafer 3. Geography One-fifth from State Course of tiuidy, four fifths frost Redway and llinmau. 4. Grammar One-fifth from State Course of Study, four firths from Uuehler. 6. History, U. S. Oneflfth from State Course of Study, four-fifths from Doub. 6. Orthography Rei' Word Lesson. 7. Physiology Krohn, Hutchin son. 8. Reading State Course of Study, Whites Art of Teaching. Oral Reading. 9. School Law School Law of Oregon; for February, edition of 1909; for August, edition of 1911. 10. Theory and Practice Whites Art of Teaching. 11. Writing Outlook Writing System, Tests In. Writing. 13. Physical Geography Tarrs Nejr Physlcaf Geography, 13. EnglUth Literature: February, 19 i I A, One-half from texts: New comer's English Literature, and Newcomer's English Lit erature. B. One half from the following Classics: 1. Emerson, Selected Essays (Cambridge Classics) Hough ton, 63c. I, De Qulncy, Joan of Arc and the English Mull Coach Rlv. lit. scr.) llought n, 22c. 3. Addison and Steele, Sir Roger d Coverly Papers (Lake EnglUh Cliuwlcs) Scott F. & Co., 20 c. August, 1911 A. One-half from texU: New comer's English Literature, and Newcomer's American Lit erature. U. One-half from the following cIummIcs: 1. Burke, Speech on Concilia tion with America (Standard English Classics) Glnn, 25c. 3. Irving, Oliver Goldsmith (Rlv. Ut. sr.) Houghton, 41c. S. Macauley, Lays of Ancient Rome (Riv. lit. ser.) Hough ton, 23o, The figure given for each I the price to schools contracted for be tween the Oregon Library Commis sion and the J. K. Gill Co, Post age should be added to this price. 14. Algebra, We Us: Algebra for Secondary (Schools. 16. Bookkeeping. Office Method and Practical Bookkeeping, Part I. 16. Composition. Herri ck A Da mon. 17. Physic. MlUlkan A Gale: A First Course In Physics. 18. Psychology. Buell. 19. Botany. Bergen: Elements of Botany. 20. Geometry. Wentworth': Plane and Solid Geometry, question in Plan Geometry. 21. History, General. Myers: Geo ral History. An examination Is required upon th first eleven subject for a third grade County certificate" valid for one year and a secoud grade County certificate valid for two years; upon the first thirteen subjects for a first grade County eerUflcat valid for three years; upon the first eighteen subjects for a State certificate valid for five years; and upon the twenty- one subjsct for a State diploma valid for life. c4t ENTERPRISE OPERA HOUSE Watch for Next Announcement Name Street and No- City State. a KltmilWMMWMlWMWM