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Guardian' Sale of Real Property,
NOTICE FOIi PUBLICATION and Office at La Grande. Ore iron. June 14. KiO-'. I Notick t HKRKItY CilVEX that hv . .... ?rnimt flflRrml Panor N-tit-e in hereby given that the Ulow-1 virtue and in ' V, U LJ 1 1 Ljr VJIIIldal I ajJCI inn-nameil eeltler has tiled notice of hid of the County 'intention to make of five distinct routes to travel. The equipment of these trains is the liest including free reclining chairs, standard and tourist slee- Court Session Trobate court is the nesiii IoimUv of each .,. Wl0niJ EtHi r 1 in tac l'.i.t-oliice at Kiitorntw prVjof Ore., as .Sc!!iiH'U)9ma1fer. 1 t Or sriwmTiox c .jiy. 1'iT year KAT1-. !." S.ii-.f i-...y. ix i..')iit!i S.T") ('!;" tin v months -..$. ';:en y.vi rhantfi y..nr address, notily t':: :!.'. jr. in,; j.iir ivvnt and future -::'.;.( a I iros. o that th CiiiektvIS lu.iy i t ,--.; I'pMiiptly. PULLMAN ORDINARY SLEEPERS. x ruuHie court ih the i The tourist travel between the 1 Monday of each n10n th j East and the Pacific Coast iinsj County court meets on the reached enormous proportions in : nesdav in January, April in the last few vears. and calls for a 1 timber. JtbrJ seeriui ruifs ui ruuiiuiirnu aui - nvenes on k 1 1 n i ..... i : i . 11 me ii-J meet this demand the Pullman y" .nay, and the foUr,i, " , , , in ocioner. r U.K. 7.V.I-2, of Michael Toomoy of ! estate and guardianship of Clarence to look after the comfort of bis j meet this demand the Pullman O.ioo, Oieiion. for the NW'-4 NE;4. 1 !. Hare, Myrtle 15. 15are. Mollie 15. j jruests. No more pleasant and in-1 Companv has issued from its shops T41N Rl 4W- viK " ScH'' H' B;,'e,a,ul 'ra"H 15are' minors, hyt expensive means of croi; the w,wt it teclinioull v calls the "Pull ',, ' ' ", ' . j which order the undersigned is j Continent can l.e found than is! , n , ,,, 'cin,v Th.. He names the followim; witnesses to , ....... ..... ,,,.,..,,.,.,. ......... 1 i .i ; man Ordinary Meeper. 1 liese mili,i,.i , ' i i.NsKi), .n i, oiiisKD, KMrow KKEi' i ltrovuled hv these excursions. . ' 14 -C UUUH iUU ' .li t.. , t Tuis !i.iH-r ! kept on file by Albert j Tver's Adwrtisini; Agency, Portland Or !'.. where advertising tii'ay be-re-i iv.- : for it. i.-seed eveky TiirnsmY pr.ie his continuous residen.-e upon auii u: .. . : ... .- i . . i - ruiiiMiiiun oi jiii lanu. viz: John Tilow, l);ini,'l W. Warnock, Edward A. Tinsloy, all of Chico, Oregon, and Isaac Koot, of Enterprise, Oregon. E. W. 15.IKT1.ETT Kej-'ister. NOTICE ECU riT.I.lCATION. Land Office at LatJrande Oregon. June 14, I'AK. Notice is hereby given that the follow-in AMI lllHKrrr.li to sell nil the r.vi 1 property beloivging to the estate of said minors, I. Cieo. W. Hyatt, guardian of the estate and persons o said minors, will on the 10th day of July 1902. at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M., at the front door of the County Court house, in the city of Enterprise, Wallowa county, Oregon, sell at public auction a li TIUKSDA' ..t:ce is l.erehv given that the following ".-'"" "' i.ouiei 101 lOO acres of tine bo nin.e.l setllerbas tiled not ice of bis inten- : cash. pnvaMe at the date of con-' 1 ' i , ., tion to com mute and make final proof in ! , , ,, ., i '""'d-ince of rum Jl l. .!. l'J02. !,,,,, ,!is ,.iaim Ih.,. said pr.W, mill:Ul,,n ot 5:11,1 a" li "jrht.iw,ltor rihts; CO acres 1 uk U- in:;.!. K:".iv I. W. S!icati;i:i l titlo. int!rt-t. ftnto ihi.-li tin .1... .... . .i.- t.v ... .. The Ibirle.;,'!. Heal Estate Afreney jn ..jj r,lt-lim section can instable tal ike property is sold on execution ; "',s I''eeo on tne mai kct .-onu- cimw ,b, l,:..l,.t ,n.U...... 'ko gams in rea! estate. .Not tee tner .. ... .1.,1...- Ull,t irilllll-l nil . ... . . . . . i-i-' .11 li-- 01 uuy uuuimi la no win running water witl title, interest and estate, .vhich tin At a Cabinet i". v.'.t? agreed, to tiot. of amnesty ''isonei? in the meeting .'une 27. issue a proehtma for all pulid'-.il Pliiiippiines to take- on the Fourth of July. It !. - A::!!in lido ar.d all others on Juiylvuj. vix: ' w'u"-; Clarence ( i. Hare, Myrtle 15. il. E. !71.;, Vir.-i! J. I.evunder, of Ihire, Mollie 15. Hare and Frank n li Ssee-. 1, and M.'4 N '.,sec 1'0 1. 1 . , , ,. N. U 4.;::. V. M. or heretotorc has had in the follow- lle names tne following witnesses to 'n.- described real property, with- I""" conunuoiis resilience ui.on anil out , vis on t ...r.nf ' : . ..i cultivation of said land, viz: " :' i-.u t.eu.a.s. 1 lie undivided tour-twenty-hrsts Ihe I!lhi.i:h;ii Heal Kstatk An km v to the Knterprise, Oregon. I iii.in viuiii.i.,. '"T" ...v.v. jJ j HL, i,... , , . ., ears annear similar to tne regular i roraoumonai ..eta.is. address, lmju 0 t,,p sun(l I mT' J. D. Manskikld, Gen'l Ag't, ,)lail- i,ut not furnished with the I O CI Li 01 S Uilllll'lnf I! io Cri ,-.,).. T iii.u li .,.. 'n,i.ori, 0i,l; n-. .....i uir.ui. ... , ... i.j.. , ii vou want to tile on nn i 124 Third St., Portland, Oregon, with mattresses, blankets, sheets, : Hj, on your homenteat! 'prc: pillows, pillow-cases, towels, combs, ' nr mto i.,A ,....' ' ,uy Schfr brushes, etc., reciuiring nothing of ifi,,, nr i,.,j ' a.".v otH Land! Land!! Land!!! kind to be furnished i.y the ndllre. cal1 liassenger. I'.ach car has a stove: . '. ... i n M oil eaan.l eotiee and do-; U, WW . OSJGtUian mseki-ening," and each ! rr c . r , i be fitted with nn ad- U; S- LOMMISSIOX le. A unii'ormed ior-: Eievpi'ise, - n ' ter accompanies each ear. hisbi'.si-l Un ler-s being to make up berths, KPt-p the tar clean, and look after the 'ints ;lnl coniforts of the pass enger. In each of the trains which a. dispatched daily from Portland by the O. U. ov N. Co. is to be found one of these "Pullman Oidinarv leei eis. 1 ho car the tillest alfalfa or wheat. land- miee - i "?"' ;0 on easy terms. We only handle property that will sell, consi (piently can (uote yon the lowest prices on all classes of real property. Call on oi write the firm for further 0. W. Sfceahan. tached to Uie Thecantl bill that recently pass i 1 Longre.-;. provides that it the ; I'resii'.eiit finds tl.:'.t a good tit'ej an be s- euicd to the Panama routf, i (instruction vork is to be i i'egun. Oth.-rwise he is to order j 11. e con.-truction of the Nicaragua route. $ 18-1.000.00 I is appropri I'ae.n- V. Warn. .L.. vl Uidiar l V. Wan.oek, diaries Warnock. (4-21) interest of. in and all of .b seph, Oregon. . West half of the North-east onar i E. W. KAlM'LETT, Ke-Uter. ter and the East half of the North-! IN THE CiKCI'IT CoEIIT west cpiarter of Section twentvuiiu TIMIir.K LANO, ACTJI'NE, :5. IS NiiTICE KOK l'Cbl.K'ATION. Unite.! States Land OHice, La (irande, Ore., Jane 1.;, l'JO'J. Notice is lieieiiy given that in compli- j ance wiui tne provisions ot t;.e act of .. 1 ; ., .. . ... v. -.. .ms. v; .iu;ie ... is,,i, ei.ia,eil Al; iKdiiji ine i onsiriicuoii oi t-uner ,-,,r ,i, .. w., , . . , , , act lor the sale ot timber lands in tin rullto. It looks lik : We were going States of California, Oregon. Nevada and to get a canal, audit may be the VYasLin-ton Territory," as extended b. Nicaragua, but the chances arc a- all the l'liblk- Land St:tte by act of Aug- usi -M.VI., uiauai J.. Ta.-gart. of Col , lax, county ol'W l.ilni m. state ot Wash i ington, bas t'-is dav tiled in tiiis oilice bis sworn .statement No. 10:11, for the pur chase of the SE," sV; S.-e 11 um. !nV4 NKi4- NVi of See. 14 inTewn- coronation ceremonies c-f ! slup No. g N., Kai.ge No, .r, i; Edwatd VII. were se.ddenly )L tui"i ,!VU . ... i .iiii iiij, im n s hardly begun ; Umber or stone than for ajrii r.lt ural iu:r- 1 II,' Till STATE OK oliEtiON l-OU WALLOWA i oi .s i . AM) ) ) SL'MMONV gainst it. The King. The King terminated befori last week. Tic r is talk now that ! uu . -'"V", said l-uiu netoie the Keg'ster and Iteeeiver t ne coronation ceremonies will be of this oilice at La ir.ie.L. Or.,,. done awav with ( tifir-.lv. 121)) in Township two (2) North of Ii).ui..1m io):tiox a'n Piange forty eight ( IS) E. V. M. j Coi-n n ruMi-ANv, in Wallowa County, Oregon, con-! v taming one hundred and sixty : ' I -'.AVl' ). I'-1V) , , , I li. li. llllllis, M 1 . I-I.AX- ) ( Hill) acres together with the tcne-' xaoax, .1. s. (iiciooiiY. ) mci.ts, hereditaments and antnir-' , n. !i'''"!anis. . , , . . Ls- liu: N i.mi: ok Tin: Si tk or Oiikcon tenences thereunto belonging or m i To E. W Eaves. . V. Eaves. J. s anv wise appertaining. I (iK'-','r'' I:-1;- Hi'ibs and M. T. Elam a- 11 gan deii-nilants, t C ! ICO. V. IIytt, J You and eaeli of vou are hereby ivipiir- fluardian of the estate and per-1 SSA tZ'lZ" suns of Clarence (!. Bare, Mvrtle ''0'lrt almve eniitled cause, on or I. Bare, Mollie JL Hare and Frank ft tZ Pare, minors. j mens. j And yon are fiirlliernotitied that unless .. , Vl .i,,p,.r . llnHWer j,.,;,) eiiniplaint Reduced Rates to the Oast. j ""' l-iuim nr in said suit will api.u- to ih.'- ! court lor Die lelief deniainled in said coniphiint, to-Aii, that Ihe .iefei.dants Those contemplating an eastern i itil Li trip will be interested to know that ortosaul mining property, dMserib- ., . . ..il ill 1.1. it, litl' ... ....!..... . . . AiOllIl- Attorney and Counselor at Law. kti:i:pki.sk, oi:K(i0Xi All lllKiiinea rM,:... i i r i ri. ,T t'onuenw t ccial" foes through to Chicago '-"d Eederal Courts i,, i,.ln!l:' ! without change, and the one it; the '"-Tartn.ent. "Atlantic Kxpross" runs to Kansas -7 City without change. Passengers. in this car for Chicago change to a I HWiQ A iMUT ; similar car at (iranger. " i hjl) Much of the first class travel is PHYSICIAN AND SUl!GEf 'being carried in these ears, the! lailnn,,-;,,. . ' .., ,1... " " Wecon to ate; lower, and the service Calls I l'l LI 1 !l'l I t,, t I..1I ... ( ... ....1 III II 1 ,,.rlM .1... . .-j,.... v,, mai 111 Lin: ji.ii.iei.- w, lnH cijuuf, epers. . proinntly unswerwl. For rates ami fn information, CZ ciliilliL' loiuers. write li. 1.1. ...1. . ... ml W u"'tii esi 01 jJanfc In ages past the crowning of a king has been looked upon as one "f the most sacral oi religious dut ies. It was a solemn compact en gaged in between the sovereign and his people. Even yet the cc loca tion is still looked upon as a relig ious act though much of the solem nity has passed away. The action of the divine right of kings does not exiit except in a vcrv few minds and the sovereign has come to he regarded more as the head of Friday the Ulh day of September, 1u0l' Jlu naiiies as witnesses: Oeon:e N. Larabee, Anson C. Lar.ibee Lola E. Clark, all of Moscow, Idaho, and Lavid F. Trimble, of Colfax, Washin-;;on. ( Any and all persons el liming adversely the above-described lands are r-ru.-sted to Hie their claims in (his ..li'u-e 0:1 or be fore said 12 dav of S-ptemher, p.ijj. EL V. LAitrucTT, Uegister. then- will short:y"l,e on sale great-Sai l 'SuS 1. . . . t ------ 1. nj, 1 iicij, - trav K' reaucTd r-Mv tickets in ounnfction ; ''o, MUwr IahU. .Aluiintain ! -withtlie PiiKande System, the ; Jt$ UnliS'i faniniis '-.cenic Line of the World." i 1 It ami Ca-tns, in Iiiinana Slin- : This lino offers its i-iener -i Vi,r'"'t' )vlwa County , Oregon, i 11 pas llgcis a , any part tbeienf and that th-v may . tnost delightful and comfortable 'peiied by decree of u,,. court to mak- i.Uiriiev to all cistern noints i t" l-lidntnl a deed of onveyanee to said1 ' . - -Uarn l",lnt-;- I po.pe.ly ol any and all interest, which ' i. is mi- uiiiy iranscoiuineiu.u I M,il 'M'pear 10 ne in mem, or either I 1- . . .. .. line passiog , m,pt y hrnn TI.MI5EK LAND. A T .IfXi: .;. s; NOTICK KOK lTBLICATION, l iiiti-l State- Land Oflu-e. La (irande, ( ircunn. .Line 1:;, liinj. Notice is lleH-llV trivt-n that in ceeo.li. ,1 . , , .,, . I -" 1 me )iin ,..,,ns ol Itie a-l el ; 011- the government tnrough the will ot gre, f .hi,,,, :;, is7s. ...m,,,,, ..An the people. Ilv long esta'di.-hed al" of h"hvr I;l11,1' in the Stat'-- of Cali- 'custom he inherits the throne, hut j I?""' W.shin,:..n , ... . . ,. Ml. -niton, as extendad to all tin- l'-.-.i,!ie but ill? control OVOr his people is Land S;ates l,y act of August 1, lv.rj, 1.0 greater lecaus- of this fact.' r-es.ie Warner Kven the cen-eonv of th,. ,.mn ! "f ,h-l'"!,,,t-v "!' WaHovva. State of , , ' , . . Ure-r.m. l,as tliis i-.mv iri this UOII ll:lS 10SC 11H1CI1 ,111.111 le.iMii, ui nu. loeaiion nn-ices Il ; havit"' iieen si 'ned hv Kiii.l I-' w i.. '1'iaint and iiicttieresiitie Salt Lake ' lj- u '-aves or the recording there- j City 'The City of the Saints," j And for sm-h other and further relief' oi autmil lilenwooil Springs, Lead- i a ,',-':i!'t ""i) seem meet and eijuit- ' yilb. I'm.1 1,-, r.l ,.1 ' c I ;ll'h' and for jui-.'eTiint for costs and .lis. li, liK-olo. Colorado Springs, binsen-e.lsoithissuit. Yorfare further (where a side trip may he made to j '"'ih''d that tins summons is published the Carden of the Gods and the' ?" i''"' "f l"-i'A"1 of : sunnnit of PikV ' I l' v 1 in vou-1 Line.-.11 r.inerpnse 11 alio'va 1 Ollllll . W,-l7ie. II Mil "'lit I 1 11-..1 ! including loiders. wiite to ! A. L. Craig, I General Passenger j Agent. 0. U. & N. Co. Portland, ; Iregoii. ; lodge DT in: cto nr. 0. !:. s. Wallowa Valley Chapter, Xo ."(I. Order of the Em'torn Star, hoi-'-, im regular coniniiinieal ions on tin- l-'ir.- t and the Thin! Saturday of each month, at 7:.!0 I'. M., in Masonic Hall. Enter piise, Oregon. All visiting brothers and i,ters are cordially invited to attend. Ami E. EoiisYTiii-; Hah E. llATKii Worthy .Matron. Secretary. Woodmen j- t;,,. v.urhl. E.Ti-:ni-itis;: Cam,. . ,..(,ls regularly on the Kii-.t and Third Mon day nights of ea.-h month. Transient Neighbors cordially invited. E. A. t. C J. iit.'iii.iciiiii, W. 8. DvaEK, AUOSWEYS AT LAW- j l'raclieein all 'Courts of tlic, Stale. ell Kcal Kstate and makeColk tions on Commission, Ho Conveyancing and Abstracts Oilice in Court House Block. i:xticrpk:.; oregon. A. C. s.Mirit ATTORNEYS J. S. I()D(,B, Hodgin AT Ikt a;;k C. C. Ai-i.t, Clerk. of its fignili- Ci-neo and sph-n !or. The regard of tie- English peo iile for their sovereign is not so great as in former reigns. Prime ministers and great men of the em pire often have a deeper place in ihe hearts of the people than the '''' Were j.,t custom so strop.' nl:ce hei-swrn stit.-m-nt No. lu:m, f,,,. ,u. purchase of Ihe hi.', SW,4' of Section N.,. I. in T.ovi.ship No 1, N. !llro ,7 L. Yv" . M.. and wiil oiler proof to ..!, that the l:m. ,(1..-it is , ,. valualile for its tiinher or ston.- ii.-o. i-..,. .. ...1 1 t ...... 1 . ,i 1 . uu ura 1 I purposes, and t., i-ialili.i, ,. ,-T 1 ,., p, wheel railroad. I and Denver lb. p.ieen city of the inter-mountain region. Stop-overs arc allowed on all classes of tickets. Three daily express trains make close connections with all trains cast and west and afford a choice 'IT Mr. El: LAND, .W T JI'M' ;;, i..7i notice i-oi: itklicatiox. t Milili HTATI-S I. AND oerier Latiran I -. o M i IV ,,' p,v, N-'t.eeisher. bygiv,-,, II, at' in com pli'. ar-cewil,, ,e pmvM-ei.s.uthe C on.ress ., 1 .!,,,. ;5.1,;7x. entitled "An act forth,-s:ile .,, i,,,,,,, . , .. ed tleit oiihlieati,,.. of tl.in i ' ""':!'. '- ' . ' ai'' "-'i n. Oi."'on. .,o-,., ' he mad., in the Wallou-.,' I. ! :l"",;:.asll'I'-,o-n T.-nin rV." as et..n,l.'.,i - . --'..i. in.- 1 ill lie 1 !).. v:,..i ... I .. " o n 11, A I'. l'.lO-'.in which s ii.l order it is ord,'-r. pulilisheil at Enterprise, Oregon, for peri1.11 ot six consecutive weeks. Tin daleofthe first pubhealion of tins sntn- 1). V. r.AII.KV, Altorney for I'laintnf, KNTKliPKlSK.OIlE. j LAND OEFICE IU'SINESS . In all its "clepiirtiiients transacti-i , in this oilice. Lund Plats for illa tion. All Pilings and Contests an "Ul.y recorded and attended to prompt 11 ess. liice upstairs in (ho Rerknd Jiuilding. A. C. SMITH, U.S. Commissioner I'.ngh'.iid colli 1 easily becomia re-j-'ibli-. Xo great reason arises for P. ch-M--; en..-. .iof o,,,! astht' ; -pie are practically in jiower ciiey permit the weaknesses of the monarchy to rvist s-0 1)r,.r as they do i.-.t effect olie nation seriously . Put the king, after all. is not en-lii-eiv a figure. He may know what his ministers propose to do, and if he chooses he may entr ac tively into all puhlic transactions. Particularly in foreign affairs his inhuenie n:av in laud litfore .loan A. Humble, f. si, -luaiissioner. tit J.im .) (ir. 1 -, ..ii I riltirs.lay, lllh .lay f S,-lUel!-r h"-. He nam. s as wi'.iiesse.i: ' 'haries L. Hart-l-.o,-,,, William A. Jones. Alherf llart.diorn, Frederick Wagner, all of Joseph, Oregon. Any and ail person-- claiming a. '.verse-. Iv the aiiove-dcserilied lands rc.ii.-st-ed to li!.- tin ir claims in this o;!iee on or 'el .re said 11th day ef Septei-i'.er. Pn'. L. W. Hartlett. j; Agister, j j Good Litnituro n, UI n.ueo-.iv J.A.-.11, aci .ic.i- i.s7s;a NOTICE FOR I'l IiLICATlON. j The Northern Pacific is noted among railways for its r.dvor Using matter. Its pamphlets IOr AllllOSt follleri! Inlets, etc., are tastefully r?rT'-" gotten up and arc valuable for what they contain. Here is a partial jist Nothing f What ernl - Wl. a, SI' will send out carefully mailed, upon receipt of prices given. Any combination can he made, and money or express orders, silver or stamps will be accepted This is a fine opportunity to obtain good descriptive reading mat ter for little or nothing. of of Stat this oilice for the Adjust ll.'l ill i ' 1 12 llllltv nf (('..11 . . , . , , '" o .iiie, a. ol Oregon, has this (ii.i ;. sw.-r.., flat, ineiit ,," o-e. pntehase ,f .;, " ,. KeN:::V:.,w.TAr,,::;;d' --.iiiuaim lur Inuliel- ur .st,4... : ir . He names as wilnesses- ia.rick Loltus. John L. Weaver, E bola.id Weaver a-,, Kil.,lar,, p. Smilli' i ail vi Inniiili . ( 1 ' fj 1 . 'V UI1. olile their Cairns" in, ids JT.Td .-ietaiui'.,tj1Uay0f J,,y J" E. W. H.uni.rrr. Ledisler, -VTERPlilrfE, Dentist OREGON. fi. United States Land OihVe, La (Irande. Ore., June 7, LtOJ. j lOliee is b're':iy irivcn thai in cooipli-' e with the provisions of an act of Con- ! s-- of June ;;. 1 s;.s, entitled 'An act! In, sale of Imihf.r I onu in il... ci..i. I f-lt. lie must t;;::. tho Hrst sfps in the formation I ".t ! I'u- lic Laud States by act of August 4. i Ailierl II.iroer.of l,..e.,l,.i ..; I 'i a new govern tnent when a mini-try falls and he may dismiss tin existing government, supported hv a parliamentry majority. Thes powers of the king may he used by toiy sovereign and should Lngland Some time have a great king taev 11. 1 v become active. Strayed or Stolen. One dark gray mare, 7 years old. Dramled. 71) connected, on left sho'ihler. White stripe on right side of head. 23 reward for return of jiiare. and .f25 for proof of person who drove her oil'. J. It. linARV, I'aradis-, Or. ol Aallowa, Stale of Oregon, bus this 11 iv died in this othee his sworn state-; 'i. eiit No. 104.L', for Ihe purchase of the ! SW4- of SE'j', of Section No .'!l i l w.-shipNo. 2. X. l:.X,i. 4TC V t I a-.d will oil'.-r proof to show that the laud sou.dit is !,:orc valuanle for its tiinher or stone than jor agncul.'ural purposes, and toestahii-h t.is ciaim to said land befor" I A. (. Smith C. S. Commissioner at j Enterprise, Oreon, on Monday, the LS h u.i 01 .August, 1-.I0J, Jfo -latny.s as witnesses : Kolcrt Slubbleliehl, .T. Frai k Davis, Gilbert H. Vest, Cl.irenc' E. Vest, all of Enterprise, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming adverse ly tiie above-described lands are request ed to file their claims in this ofTieeonor be.'ore said 18 day of August, 1H)2. E. 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P'-esa renernl Imnkinc liUtinf x' lmngo boiibt mid sold. "ec "'i' pnimptly made at home ot l"jii t abroad. '