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County Official Paper.-.
City Official Taper.-,:
77E REPRESENTATIVE NEWSPAPER OF WALLOWA COUNTY
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Respectfully yours,
E. M. & M. CO.
to liif Store
ENTERPRISE, OREGON.
Circuit Court
MAY 2l 1902,
WHOLE NO. :)
Convened flonday With a Small
Docket.
Circuit Court for the Eighth Judi
cial District for Wallowa County con
vened in Enterprise Monday morning,
Judge RoWrt Eakin presiding. The
following members of the bar were
present: D. W. Sheahan, J. A. Bur
leish, J. S. Cook, F. A, Derue, J. S.
Hodgin, A. C. Smith and W. S. Bur
leigh, of Enterprise; II. G. Lake and
S-Z. Henderson, of Joseph; 0. M.
Corkins, of Wallowa, and A. B. Win
free deputy District Attorney. C. II.
Finn, of La Grande, arrived on Tues
day, as did also II. R. Hanna, the
court stenographer. J. D. Slater, of
La Grande, arrived on Wednesday.
The following cases have been dis
peod of up to the time of going to
press:
G. E. Slalker vs J. Berks, continued.
State vs Farmer's Water Ditch Co.,
fined ? 25. W. J. Funk & Sons vs Sam
Baker, settled and dismissed. B. B.
Hawes vs J. A. Rumble, settled and
diiinissed. M. A. Thomas vs Ralph
E. Wrenn, settled and dismissed. R.
L. Day vs E. W. Imller, settled and
dismissed. McCormock vs MeCor
mock, settled and dismissed. J, A.
French ys II. Stubblefield, judgement
by default, State vs D. II. Corrall A
J. A. AlforJ for permitting gambling,
fined f 50 each.
M. Ileaverne vs. Silver Lako Ditch
Co., verdict for plaintiff for ?150 dam
ages. Stato vs. Nolton, jury failed to
agree after being out all night, (later) J
Dismissed by mo ion of Prosecuting
Attorney.
State vs Maxwell and Wiley for at
tempted rape is on trial.
The jury in the case of Micheal
Heaverne vs Silver Lake Ditch Co.,
were taken up to the ditch and view
ed the premises, Monday.
Owing to a small criminal docket, a
grand jury was not empaneled.
3ta!IIon Notice.
' Don" owned by A. Morgan, weight,
1800; color, gray; sire, "Thorny
King; dam, Tercheron mare. -.
Will stand at owner's farm on
Lower Prairie creek. Terms: $2,
$5 nJ f S. A.Morgan.
Teacher's Meeting.
The Wallewa County Teacher's Ass
ociation will meet at Flora, June 14,
1002.
riiOGHAM
10: A. M., Election of Officers.
Exciting Interest in Study, Belle
Forsyth.
Everyday Problems in Discipline,
II. W. Harris.
Histora .....II. A. Burns
Busy Work Ada Bucha nan
Number Work Nellie Beach
Etta Churchill
The School and the Home J. W
Kerns.
Pap" Lena De vore
pel-tog J. c. Conlt y
Pap" Clara Cattron
An evening program prepared by
resident teachers and patrons to 1
arranged by II. A. Burns will bo ap
preciated by visiting teachers.
Lena Devore, Siev.
The New Circle.
Miss Sumner the energetic organ
izer of (he Women of Woodcraft, who
has been ut Joseph for the past , week,
ordanied a circle at that place lat
Thursday night, with 4,1 charter mem
bers. The officers elected are as fal
lows :
Guardian Neighbor, Mrs. J. I. Me
Cully; Past Guardian Neighbor, Mis.
Dr. Thompson; Advisor, Mia. J. H.
Komig; Clerk, Mrs. II. D. Akin; Bank
er, Mr. L. C. Ilendersoni Magician,
Mrs. Win. Weber; Cap. of (inn ids,
Mrs. Stevenson; Inner Sentinel, Mis.
Winston; Outer Sentinel, Mis Me
Lain; Attendant, Mrs. M. Gilmoiv.
Total Registration I405.
The registration books closed in
this county oh May 15 and the num
ber in each precinct is as follows:
Wallowa, 215; Enterprise, 175;
Lostino, 188; Joseph, 1S2:
Paradise, . 81; Trout Creek, ti7
Prairie Creek, M; Imniilm, 4s
Lost Prairie, Ml; Promise, .1:1
Park, 40: Gmuso, ;c,
Divide, 22; Flora, M
Pine Creek, CO.
The total registration two years nj.,
was 1510.
OPFIOIAL BALLOT
For Lost Prairie Precinct, Wallowa County, Oregon? June 2, 1902.
MtetweriJke name' of 'each candidate or answervoledf
or
FOR GOVERNOR
Vote forOtn
1 2 George E. Chamberlain, of Multnomah Co Democratic
13
W. J. Furnish, of Umatilla County
14
. . Republican
A. J. Hunsaker, of Yamhill County Piohibiti
it loll
15
B. R. Ryan, of Marion County Socialist
FOR SUPREME JUDGE
16
Robert S. Bean, of Lane County. . .
Vote for On
Republican!;
FO R S i; PE K 1 N T K N 1 E N T ok P U 1 1 1. 1 ( : I N 8T.
Vote for One
27 -J. II. Ackennnn, of Multnomah County . Republican
28 R. V. Kelsev. of Yamhill Cnnnl.- i..i.:i ...
" 1 loniomoil
20
W. A. Wann, of Lane County D(.
mocriitie
FO R ATTOR X E Y-G K N ERA L.
Vote for (liii
10
A. M. Crawford, of Douglas County
17
11 T. H. Goyue, of Tillamook County.
. Repllhlieiin
13. F. Bonham, of M:irion County.
. Prohiliiljou
. Democratic
18
C. J. Bright, of Sherman County. .
.Prohibition
32 James 11. Raley, of Umatilla County Democratic
FOR STATE PRINTER.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE
10 C. II. Barzee, of Wasco County.
Vote for On;X
. Socialist
20
N. A. Davis, of Umatilla Count y I'roh i I .
It Kill
21 Frank I. Dunbar, of Clatsop County Republican
22 D. W. Sears, of Polk County Democratic
FOR STATE TREASURER.
2:3 Hiiiry Blaikman, of Morrow County.
24 T. S. McDaniel, of Multnomah County
Vote for Oie
. . Democrats
. l'rohihitinr
25 Charles S. Moore, of Klamath County
20 W. W. Meyers, of Clackamas County
. Republieai
Vote for Out)
W. W. Brooks, of Multnomah CouiTty Prohibition
H James E. Godfrey, of Marion County Dc
3j J. E. llosiner, of Marion County
IIIOiMallO
. Socialist
J. R. Wliitney, of Linn County Republican
Second Congressional District.
FOR REPR ESKXTATi VETO COM! R i;s
Vote for ( hit.!
S7
W. F. Iluteherif Paker County
Dhdrich T. Gei'des. of Clalsop Ci.iHily
l)'lllnCi(i(l
S.ii-inli.-t
.Hucialiht'
to
R. F. Spuulding, jf Wasco County.
10
I'l'obihlti,,!!
FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR " Vote for Vr.'e
41 T. T. itar, of Marion County Republican!
42 C. E. S. Wood, of Muitnomah County Democrat!"
J. N. Willianifcon, of Crook County ...
Kepulilieiii)
saw
FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE
Vote for Oid- FOR ASSESSOR
4j3
44
H. Crawford Democrat i)!.r)4
Robert Eakin Republic
Vol)) for Oim
J. 11. Hayes.
Democratic
an'oo C. W. Meek.
. Republican
FOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVE. " Vote for One
45 G.W. Buck Prohibition!
46 J. A. Burleigh Democratic
47 F. D. McCully Republican
FOR SHERIFF Vote fo7'(Jne
4H 11. C. Cramer Democrat!"
Vote for Ono
".7
John McDonald Jr
Willis
Wr'Kl't D,
Repul
iiitiin
lliociatic
-yori SURVEYOR
40
J. C. Shackelford Republicu
50
FOR COUNTY CLERK
50 J. A. French. ..
Vote for On
. . 1 )e in oc rati)
51
C. H. Zurcher , Republi,
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
Vote for On)
62
Henry Miller Democrat i
53 Hamilton Vance . . . Republics!
58
Moses A 'lilt in. . .
D. L. Rtavis.
Vote for One
Republican
..Dei
uocr.it ii!
FOR CORONER
XI
J. W. Barnard.
Vote for Ono
.Republican
FOR INITIATIVE and REFERENDUM AMENDMENT
Yea.
52
No.
Vi3 For County High School. '. . . . Yea
4 For County High School No
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Vote for Oni
65 M. L. Wilson.
.Rcpublicai
FOR CONST ABLE Vote for Qn-1
66 James Hayina Democrats
: i4... !
FOR ROAD SUPER VIMOR
Vote for Ono
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