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smartness to Brandegee i BRANDEGEE KINCAIO A CO. ' ' . CLOTHES. " ' I ,m , f i . I ENTERPRISE City and County Brief News Item's Mrs. M. M, Knapp went to La Grande, Sunday. County Veterinarian E. R. Fluck was at Wallowa,M onday. F. I. Verger went to Wallowa Won day on telephone business, J. F, Bragg of Alder Slope waa at Wallowa on business, Tuesday. . W. J, Goltolck was at La Grande, Friday, on land office business. Frank Graham the Elgin stockbuyer was In town the first of the week, F. S, Ashley, the furniture dealer, Was a business visitor to Lostlne, Tues day. , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas have moved Into the Christian church par sonage. Mayor J. A Burleigh returned Sim day from a business trip to La Grande, , J. H. Henderson, the Elgin furni ture dealer,, is a guest at the Pratt home, east of town. Mrs. Will Blanchard and baby went out to La Grande, Monday, to visit friends and relatives. George Faught of Clarkston is here looking over the country with a view to buying a wheat ranch. - J. C. Shackelford of Clarkston is here settling up some business affair and greeting his many friends. 8, V. Cray and family have moved 'Into the Emmons property' corner Greenwood and West, First streets, Mrs. J. M. Blnkely returned Sunday from a fortnights visit with her daugh ter, Mrs. H. L. Pearson, at Ilulnes. Or. C. T. llockett reports the birth of a fine girl baby to the wife of Al vln McFetridge, Woduesday, March 15. S. L. Clark and family havo moved to their farm on Trout Creek. lie will drive, back and forth to his bual ' oess. ; Attorney 0. M, Oorklns returned from a trip to La Grande, Saturday. He was at Wallowa Tuesday on legal business. .; Mrs. P. Garvey and children went to La Grande, Monday, to visit friends She had been working at the Hotel Enterprise. Miss Laura Weaver, teacher in the Wallowa schools, spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Weav er, of Alder Slope, Mr. and Mrs.. Max Gumerman have gone to housekeeping in the Reynolds cottage on East First Btree-t that he recently purchased, E. J. Foray the left Monday for Port land on a business trip, and while away will visit numerous relatives at and near Brownsville in Llnnicoun- ty. V. A. Moss and family have moved to Island City. Mr. Moss and Guy wont out with the goods a week ago, and Mrs. Moss and Merle left. Sun day morning. A small fire In a Junk loft at Bak er & Smith's barn Wednesday night about 11 o'clock occasioned an alarm but it was put out easily. Damage was $100, 'fully insured. Ed Rumble of La Grande was In town over Saturday night. He and Mrs. Rumble recently returnd from a trip to the Hawaiian Islands that they enjoyed exceedingly. Mr. and Mrs.. J, F. Bruce and sons Frank and Richard of Alva, Woods county, Okla., arrived SalAirday and will locate here. Another Bon, J. E. Biuce, resides on Alder Slope. Mrs. Q. I, Ratcllff and baby son Leland went to Wallowa Monday. Mrs. Ratcllff has received word that her brother Frank Johnston, who has beon 111 foi some time, was much worse. J. r. Averlll the woll-known pioneer stockman of Swamp Creek, returned home Sunday from Portland, where he hud been for two months In a sana tarlum. He is much Improved In health. v. Mrs. Charles Williamson of Lostlne. who came up to assist in the millin ery opeuuig in the Fair store, re turned home Sunday, While" here she was a guest of hor daughter, Mrs. Wm. Dalsley. Don't forget to call on SANDERS "when you want anything done Dray Meets All Trains Baled Alfalfa $16; Timothy $1S J. P. SANDERS, GENERAL TRANSFER PHOKB 18. ilto Imv. onto, at HorauV Kincaid & Co. Clothes;" that clever dressers cannot over look. It doesn't make any differ ence where you happen to be, if you are clothed in these ex cellent garments you are be yond criticism. In the village, in the city, in the metropo lis or the country, their correctness cannot be questioned. , - , We can easily see how you might consider our conversation very lightly, but If you will inspect our clothes you'll appreciate the heavi ness of every argument. These clothes are not only smart as to their general lines; they are also made from fabrics which are very handsome and certainly very , unusual. MERCANTII First class shine at Calvin's bar ber shop. .' 6Sbtf. Rev. Samuel Harris went to Wal lowa, Wednesday, to bid good-bye to Rev. Maynard and famiily, who leave this week for Wisconsin. Rev. H. B. F03kett of the Baptist church went to Elgin Wednesday to attend a church convention. The El gin church is losing ijs minister, Rev. Barlow, who has resigned. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sheets have moved into the Funk property, the old DePue home on Residence street. L. A. Jackson and family will occupy the Keltner cottage on West Main street vacated by Sheets. Hon. J. P. Rusk returned to Joseph from Salem and Portland, Sunday. He says there will be no extra session ! and that there is no need for one. Mr Rusk Intends moving from Joseph to Just where he hasn't decided, Union, La Grande or Portland. Bertha and Zetta Workman were called to La Grande Sunday by the news that their mother, Mrs. T.' W. Workman, was seriously ill, Mrs. Workman has been In ill health for some time and several weeks ago went to Freewater hoping the change of altitude would benefit her. She has been brought back to La Grande. Miss Dllla Carr, half-sister of Mrs. L. R Payne, who came to Colfax, Wn., to accept a position, became ill and came over here a couple of months ago, left for her home In Den ver, Col., last week, accompanied by a nurse, Mrs. L. F. Carter, of Wal lowa, Word has been received by Mrs. Payne that she arrived home safely. S. F. Pace is assisting Assessor Mil ler this spring. He went to Lostlne, Monday, and Is asking Intimate ques tions in that precinct this week.- The assessing of the property in Wallowa county is getting to be too big a task for one man to complete by October 1, when 'the work should be finished. Sam is Just the man to help in the work as he has had plenty of experience. . S, N. Browning received word Sat urday from his wife at Eureka, Cal., stating she had arrived in time for her mother's funeral. The deceased, Mrs. W. L. Mcintosh, died Saturday March 4 and Mrs. Browning started for Eureka Sunday, The Journey was long, she having to go to Oakland. Cal., and then take a boat back up to Eureka. Mrs. Browning returned home, Tuesday, If you want good feed for your team and .good treatment, come to White Front Barn. . . 97btf Mrs. H. N. Wllilams of Lostlne, Mrs. John Murchlson arid children of Suro mervllle, who had been visiting Mrs. Williams'- daughter, Mrs, Harley Flee nor, and family, returned to their homes Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Harley Battles and little daughter of McClure. Ohio, came In Tuesday arid are guests of their their old friends, Sir, and Mrs. A. C. Weaver, Mr. Battles is look ing over the west with a view, of lo cating. Date after your name stamped on the paper, elves the month and year to which your subscription is paid. U it doesn't correspond 'with your receipts, come and see us or write to us about It. Always glad to correct mistakes. , Mrs. J. H. Doty and niece, little Dorothy-. Lock wood, who had , been visiting here since Friday with Mrs. Doty's mother and Dorothy's grand ma, Mrs. Ellen Boswell, returned Wednedsay to La Grande, from where Mrs. Doty will go on to her home in Portland. , If the type, is so blurred you can't read the date after your name stamped on the paper, it. is be cause you haven't paid up for so long the figures are worn smooth. When a subscription is renewed the name and date ' are reset in new type and show up beautifully. Try tt. SUPREME COURT RESTS. Washington, March 20. The United States supreme court took a rocess this afternoon to April 3. This mak es decisions in the Standard Oil and tobacco cases, Impossible before Ap ril 8. SOLD FINE STALLION. L. J. Jordan so'd the fine young Percheron stallion, Duke, which he rt. sd on his ranch just south of ton, io M. Cowley of. fall Lake City. Mr. Cowley shipped the horse Monday to Burleigh, Ida. , Circuit Court Suits. March 18 Waliowa Nat. Bank vs wj J. Gollnick. March 18 r! S. & . Ce. vs W. J. Gollnick 'March 20 E. M. & M. Co. vs Baker & Smith. L-v. BKAHUfcOfct The Courage of Life. The two virtues that help us along most in life are trust and courage. Apart from the tragedies invited by sin and violence and self Indulgence, a large part of our trouble comes from anxiety, distrust, apprehension. It was not all frivolity that dictated the an swer of a young girl who. being urged to prepare herself for a profession or a definite work, responded: "I'm not going to look ahead and worry. I can do a lot of useful things. I can mend, and make salad, and amuse children, and be patient' and economical, and help people to enjoy themselves, and I don't believe nice girls starve." Cour age and faith are always assets. Even if life goes back upon them and fails to come up to expectations the prac tice of these virtues is Just that much to the good, and we have at least not lived in the evil moment until It ar rived. Harper's Bazaar. wm K.iation. rjoo advise that man's constituents to stand by him?" "Yep," replied Farmer Corntossel. "1 advise "cm to stand by close enough to watch everything he does." Wash ington Star. No. 64. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF The Enterprise State Bank, at En terprise in the State of Oregon, at the close of business March 7th, 191L Resources. . Dollars Cts Loans and discounts.......$35,926 75 Overdrafts, secured and unse cured 87 45 Bonds, securities, etc. 200 65 Bunking house, furniture, and '' fixtures 1,566 09 Due from banks (not reserve banks) 62 15 Due from approved reserve banks -.. 3,468 69 Checks and other cash items. 3ii2 50 Exchanges for clearing houses 37 20 Cash on hand 2,654 35 Expenses 1,955 07 Total..: ...$46,320 90 Liabilities. Dollars Cts Capital stock paid in J. $25,000 00 Undivided profits, less ex- Senses and taxw paid; 865 81 ividual deposits subject to check i... 17,485 89 Demand certificates of denosit 2D0 no Time certificates of deposit.. 2,768 00 .Cashier's checks outstanding 1 70 "Total $46,320 90 State of Oregon. County of Wallowa, bs: I, W. C. Hinicrman, Cashier of the above namerl bank, do solemnly swear tnai ire atnv8 statement is true to the best of my kno ledee and belief. W. C Hinterman, Cashitr. . Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st day of March, 1911. Daniel Boyd. Notary Public. 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