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Alt indcfTDENT NEWBPAPElt' ' auction and this new arrangement wil
rratrl ths Wallow New. atao-; bo more satisfactory to both factor;.
than any that has yet been in force.
"-"I welcome Gary as U13 worthiest
leader ot the ' movement.. Let our
Office Wast First street, half black j country set the world an example. No
.J arch 3. 1899.
Published Wednesday ana ., atur
day at Enterprise. Oregon. Dy
THE ENTERPRISE PNtSS
south of Main street.
Entered as second-class matter
January 2. .1909, at the postoffice at
Enterprise, Oregon, under the Act of
March 8. 1879. '
, Subscription HaUeaj one year 2. 1
six month $1, three ; mouths 60c,
tu mouth 20c. On yearly oaahin. j
adrance subscriptions a discount of
26e Is iTen.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1911.
monopoly, bat prices fixed by the
commission of fair men."
Andy la eure canny. He's made-
his "pile" and doesn't care whether
anybody else gets three hundred mil
lion in a short life time or not..
He can afford to favor what
superior quality and the weight above
the average. Prices are stiffening
daily both on wool and grain, 80 to
put it most moderately " the ) outlook
is splendid. .' . ,
Of course there will be no "boon:
times" because of the nation wide tim
idity of capital, but on the other hand
there is no basis for the wide-spread
fear of "hard times."
No sooner does Mrs. Harrlman an-
GOVERNMENT CONTROL. w)n f(mnd flnd
Judge Gary, president of the steel aUy endow a great university "some
trust, In his testimony before the ; wbere m the Paclfic coast," than wide
Congressional Steel Trust Inquiry, - awake xie(iford makes a bid for ths
said the government should take hold 8ame offers 5000 acres of land, $30,
of the transportation lines and big Q(j goo(J cllmate al,a fne scenery,
industries and absolutely control them,, ft 8 ft foregone conclusion the site
Including the fixing of prices.. . w,u be ,n Southern California, but
Andrew Carnegie in an interview in that makes no difference, Modfaid
London says Judge Gary gives the on- achieved its main object pabiiclty.
ly solution to the evil 'of combinations That offer appeared, as a press dis
and yet retain the good of them.
"Our court of commerce will have
access to all the books and accounts
of corporations and will fix prices
according to profits revealed," said
Mr, Carnegie. "The 25' and 50 per
cent profits will be no more. People
will have to be content with 5 and 10
per cent. 1.
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the United States, and Medford secur
ed thousands of dollars worth of pub
GREAT CROP PROMISE.
There was never a better promise
of bumner strain crops In this county
J than now. Both fall and spring
"Multimillionaires will then be very, sown grain is looking fine, with good
scarce," he added with a chuckle. , stand and color. The hay crop will
"It will deal liberally with capital, be enormous and pastures are the
but also Justly with the consumer. At I best In years. The wool clip is 0:
CITY TREASURER AND
CITY RECORDER REPORTS
At a' meeting of the city council
held June 2, 1911, the City Record
er and City Treasurer filed reports.
From the report of the City Re
corder, beginning August 1, 1910, to
June 1, 1911, It appears:
Collected on account of fines,
licenses granted and other
miscellaneous receipts . $ 459 46
Collected from water rents
trom Sept. 1, 1910, to June
1, 1911 .... .. 2i68 64
From the report of the City Treas
urer for the year ending May 31,
1911, appears the following: t
Receipts .. .. ..$6804 13
Disbursements .... 6108 15
Balance on hand .. .. $ 696 98
Receipts . $4048 42
Disbursements .... 3347 62
Balance on hand .... $ 700 8C
Receipts $1984 38
Disbursements .... 1167 99
Balance on hand .. .. $ 816 39
Receipts $ 283 96
Disbursements .... 24 75
Balance on hand ..
STATE BOARD PROHIBITS
E. R. FLACK, M. D. I,.. V.S.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
C. T. HOCKETT. M. D.
imiipijm iki inn n,nr.nnM
rmoiuAn ami auftur.vn
$ Office la Lltch building.
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W C. KETCHITIJ J
DENTIST - - EM UH RISE j
Office In Lltch Building. Room j
121. Home Independent Phone. J
115. Horn kid. Phone It office
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DR. W. L. NICHOLS. ;
Osteopathic Physician V
1S5-187 Latch Btlli.
ti to 8 p.m., Tuesdays, Thirsdays, J
2 Saturdays. Phone, res. w& office. 3
T no r 1 1 TTf T
nuvciniu ivn runr.rnu
umce in cans; nmming. 4
Horn phone both office and 2
t c t TRcnwiv ' "
! PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
t In Dr. Anderson's office. Phoned
I connection day and night.
W. B. APPLIQATC
Collections made. Real BstaU
ought and ' sold and all business
matters attended to. Call on - or
T realilanrn 4
S J. A. BURLEIGH
Office In IJtch Budding.
Practice In all Slata Honrta and 4
Interior Department. Careful at-1
tention to all business. : 1
SHEAHAN & C Q'JLEY
Practice In State shA Federal
Courts and Interior department. Z
s , Whereas, It has been proven beyond
doubt that the use of the1, common
drinking cup Is responsible for the
spread of many Infectious" and con
tagious diseases, particularly is this
true of such dire diseases a3 Con-1
sumption, Syphilis, Diphtheria
many others, and that
Whereas, The abolishment of what
is known as the common drinking cup
would be for the betterment of the
public health, , ;
' Therefore Be- It, Resolved, by tho
Oregon State Board of ' Health that
the use of the common drinking ctiri
on railroad trains. In ' railroad sta
tions, in the public and private1 schools.
in all the educational institutions of
the State of Oregon is hereby prohib
ited; from and after September. 1st,
That on and after this date, no
person ' or corporation In charge or
control of any railroad station or
any railroad train, electric car or
any public conveyance or in any
public or private school or any State
educational Institution shall furnish
any drinking cup for public use, and
no such person or corporation shall
Dermlt on said railroad train or sta
tion, or on said electric car or at
said public or private school or said
State educational institution, or on
said public conveyance, the use of
the common drinking cup.
OREGON STATE BOARD. OP
HEALTH, By Calvin S. White.
M. D., secretary.
C. H. ZUaCHER RAY E. VEST
' ZURCHER Sp VEST
Total cash on hand
An Ordinance requiring the City Re
corder of the City of Enterprise, Ore
gon, to execute a bond in favor of
the City of Enterprise, Oregon, in the
sum of Two Thousand Dollars, and
declaring an emergency.
The City of Enterprise does ordain
as follows: - -
Section I. It shall be the duty of
each and every person eleoted, appoint
ed or acting as City Recorder of the
City of Enterprise, Oregon, to execute
and file with the City Treasurer of
said city of Enterprise, a bond In the
penal sum of Two Thousand Dollars,
with two or more sufficient sureties
conditioned that the said City Re
corder of said City of Enterprise, will
honestly and faithfully perform the
duties of his office as such City Re
corder, and that he will account for
and pay over 'according to law, the
Charter of said City of Enterprise,
and of this Ordinance, all money that
may come Into his hands by virtue
of his office as such City Recorder
of said City.
oecHon u. in order to preserve
the safety of the public credit of the
said City of Enterprise, the provisions
o this ordinance are hereby declar
ed necessary for the preservation of
the .public health, peace and safety of
said City of Enterprise, and an em
ergency Is hereby declared to exist,
and this Ordinance shall take effect
and be In full force and effect from
and after its approval by the Mayor,
Its passage by the City Council, and
publication according to law.
Attest: J. A.; BURLEIGH,
CHAS. THOMAS, Mayor.
Approved, June 2, 1911.
Passed the Council, June 2, 1911
Belt Resolved, by Enterprise Lodge
No. 94 Knights of Pythias, of Enter
That, Whereas, the Supreme Ruler
of the Universe has seen -fit to call
from this earth, Grace Hockett, be
loved wife of our esteemed ' Broth
er Knight, C. T.-Hockett, therefore,
Be It Resolved, that there be, and
Is hereby extended the - sympathy of
this lodge and Its membership ' to
our brother, in this, his hour of sor
row. Be It Further Resolved, that a copy
of this resolution be forwarded to
Brother Hockett,' a copy furnished the
press and that this resolution be en
tered upon the minutes of the lodge
Any young man, every young man, ' appreciates the
value of smart style in clothes; and we have the
young men's styles here, ready for those who ap
preciate good quality in addition' to style.
Such quality pays; all-wool fabrics, fine tailoring;
it's the only, thing that pays in clothes; it pays you
as well as us.
' i When you see it in our ad-it's so
Zurcher (& Vest
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Ore
gon, May 8th, 1911. .
Notice Is hereby given that John
proceedings, to become a part of the Romlne, of Enterprise, Oregon, who,
S. F. PACE,
W, F. SAVAGE,
on October 29th, 1904, made Home
stead Entry No.. 1399, Serial No.
04267, for SE, Section 9, Town-ship
1 South, Range 44 East, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of inten
tion to make Final five-year proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before Carl Roe, U. S. Com
mlssloner, at "his office, at Enter
prise, Oregon, on 'the 29th day of
Claimant names as witnesses: An
drew J. Fowjpr, Thomas Whltmore,
Harley Whltmore, and Theodore T.
Mc Kin nls, all of Enterprise, Oregon.
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