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IN AND ABOUT TOWN. Picked Up Here And There By The Chieftain. Born, Pfpt. 10. to the wife of L. Jf. JlorrU. a bahy ly. S.in. I.iuh returned Sund.-.y from I ma aha with a h.ad of fine frin:. J. J. Ilmley, a carpenter from TVUova. is working on the n -w hotel. Church IVjrr.uieo. of Crow Cret.k, w:i in the city M-.mday on a busincs. trip. II. J. FI'.Iss return -d Tue.-d.iy frni Cintvle Ron-h: river with a load of Jriiit. Millie I-'vers was a pussenecr on citu-Jiys st.i-: enr-ju points. for outside t John fi:yder ami wife of Elgin. were in town last week or. a visit. ; They returned Tliiirsd;y. ' $100,IVX to loan at 7 per cent inter-1 t--i on real estate security. C. T. McDaxiel tisk Bros, pas-ed through town Monday with a bunch of horses en-j-oute to an Eastern market. Homer Bennett and wife of Wallowa were in town Tuesday enrouto for Jrnnaha after a load of fruit. Miss AIthe-4 Gift has been engaged iia ti aeher iu th't intermediate grade in thj Wallowa public school. Anyone wishing to be vaccinated call on Doctor T-::'i . He n.i just received a fn.s.i supply of virus. .1. W. any C. F. Johnson wont down to Lo-riae this week to work a.- car penters on the new s.'hool house. A marriage license was is-ued lcr t week to Fred Fit.Mtrick, of I.nstine and Mivs Ala Ilohinson, of Flora. Bert Sprag:ie started Tuesday for J B. Y. Rolertson, Tat Loftus and I. FaL-m with hi4 little daughter to I - Pife' were in town Tuesday from . la-e her in the Deaf Muto school. j Pine Creek and Chesininins on a busi ' E. L. Clan.pett, of Eigin. was in the j tril'- Tiie f,,rn,er tw' S" Citv a few davs la,t week. He is the I cf,n,, in to atte"'1 Pn, n, on of a ,'orm-r city marshal! of En- ! f the hodmen of the W ortd. terp.-ise. I The Laam Bros, and Laird family Pnotographer Sm::h h:is just re-! entertained the public in this city peiv tl a new stereoscop e camera and ; Saturday night by n musical program, i prepared to do any hind &.' work in j The banjo and violin players were this line. i above the average players on 'snch in 11. J. B;arJ, of Paradise, was in town M irsday with a load of water melons whi-jh he brought from Vine land, Wash. Dr. Tcmplj returned Saturday frou. a trip to Portland, where he attended tiie Sa:e Medical Association and the Elks Carnival. Mrs. A. L. Sprague Ins I?o ri fpnte sick for s verat .days past. Her sons, B rt and Henry cans out Saturday iro!ii Imnaha. II. A. Harrison came down from the mines on the head of Imnaha last Friday nd went out tr his ranch on .Mud CrjeK Tuesday. E. I'. Trii.p" and Th-o. Koaen. officer.- ottiie Tenderfoot Mining Co. wer oa--s.'n ;ers on Men lays st::e eiirout-- for the East. Frank Mil!a-d wa thrown f-om a borne Mojiday in the corrals of the R-jd Front Livery Stable and was badly hurt in the bjek. Isaao Boot, Cir.-. Crader and Geo. B ik-;r started Saturday for Portland and Salem. They will attend the Htate Fair before returning. Ed. Lord and wife arrived in town Monday on a vi-it with relatives. Ed. liiis been at work since February in the min?s on Lower Imnaha. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson a' d Sir. anJ M'i. Hugh Wi'gon, of Joseth. returned Muiiday from a few d. ys visit with relatives in Paradise. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Be avis went out) to Pandlie Setu-d.-w on a visit. Lris'u Jo; expects to enjoy some fist clavi groue hunti lg while gon G. W. Ha n in, of Corning, Iowa, a cousin of Mark Haman took his de parture Tuesday morning after spend ing a few weeks in Wallowa county. Frank a id Mar Boudan, son and daughter of Peter Boudan left Satur day for LaGrando where they will at tend the Catholi ; school this winter. Wm. Montgo nery, formerly a bar Iwr in this city returned from Albany Oregon, last week and ii thinking of going into biisineaM at some joint in the county. The E. M. k M. Co. is now intro ducing 'the hi m oils John Shortman efaoea in lad i'.' and men's wear. They' sra excelle I by no other shoe in i.Uul ity aud . I. Briulia and family have moved ii.to the Wagner building next to tht telephone office and Wm. Yandrdl has moved into the McDonald building ul vacated by thera. Fred Makin and rhotojrraphe. vi.ilh started Monday on a trip t the mounts in. Fred expects to pet s.nne game and Mr. Smith some pie tures of the fine scenery. The first floor in the new hotel h:i ! tven 1 lid nnd work has begun on tin li st story walls. Four stone cutter tnd thrt-e masons ore now rapidh putting the atone in the wall. Frfd Holmes and W. G. Hunter. president and vice-president of th f. c. M. !t M. Co., of Island City. Oregon, were in the city several d.iy 1 ist week looking after business in terests. E. II. Bowlby returned Monday :.-om a trip to Chicago with a trail load oi sheep. He was acoompanin' ly A. S. Clark and Go. Anderson who are still taking" in the sights of ! the srnat city. v. H. IIa:el came out from Snake ri-.vr a-;t week. He has old h r;,,.L-is At that place to Elmer Barton and II. A. Hibbs who will convert it into a stock ranch for the purpose o! raising cattle. J. s. Horner nnd daughter, Maggie, acre out from Imnaha Saturday. IB s:tys that there were at least one hun dred teams on the Imnaha and on the road 11 after fruit for which that locality is noted. i Word was received here Monda; i hat Mrs. Jihn Basim died on tlr.it j lay near Grangeville, Idaho. Slu was a sister oi T. R. Akin, of this city and wile of John Basim a former resi- ! lent of this county. B. D. Smith, o: the J. E. Smitl Livestock Co., of Piiot Bock. Umatilb. county left on Tuisday's stage (o home. " He left the thoroughbred bucks for sale in the hands of Win. Makin who will dispose of them. i struments and -ve a gootl entertain- Hive you seen tt Sample jihotr Calendars for 1903 at the r'.nterprlsi P'.ioto Studio? The finest thing for t Chris'. tnas or New Years gift to easf-.i er:i friends, or for Holiday advertising oi the County or your business The 're swell! Sec them. Arthur and Pearl Payne, of Cove, w-re in the city Friday and Saturday on their return home from a eampius excursion at the Lake. They c.imf across the mountains on horseback b tvav of the Hurricane creek trail ani1 enjoyed the trio very much. I f)!.rt in Tlnnl'inr'tAn Ilr3rrim All( . . ' .. tut 18, Mis. Eiia Tarter, wifeof Ale Tarter nnd the daughter of Mr. nn1 Mrs. A. J. Perkins, foiuierly of Enter prise, age 22 jynr, 1 pionths and ! lass. She leaves a husband and twi I children, father, mother, five sister- and two brothers to mourn her loi-s. The remains were laid to rest in the Sagle Valley Cemetery. J. W. Xcdrow, of Grande Rond , ran aiross a young grizzly wh'le out on his phice on Mud Creek the otbe day. He took ashot t it and it ran into the brush and Mr. N drow fol lowed it in and ..found it lying, down and thinking it dead walked up to it whea he found it was very much nlivi- ! He took another shot at it and killer it. It measured six feet from tip ti. tip. I am prepared to do all kinds oi watch, clock and jeweler r (miring at reasonable. pricM. Work sent frou. any part of county will receive prompt attention and be returned by mall oi otherwise as desired. Have had over 2f) yearn experience and guarantee all -.vork. C. L. Reynolds, expert watch maker and jeweler, formerly with Elgin National, Duber, Hampden. Lancaster Watch Co.'a AtFortythe Drug Store, Enterprise, Oregon. Fruit for Sale. I have for sale at Eouse'g place on Alder Slope, Yellow Transparent, Dutcheis and Early Pcnnock apples at one cent a pound, also Peach Plums; later will have Fall nnd Win ter Apples, Pears, Prunes, etc. The Alder Slope Fruit i very fine this year. CD. Emmoxs. An Ordinance. To grant a franchise for .in Electric Light and Power Plant to C. G. SUcy md J. t. Zureher, partners doinp business under the li.ni nmne am! Styl of the Enterprise Electric Lit;!.: and Power Company, Enterprise, Ore son, nnd to repeat a former o.-dinanci granting ajranchise to the Enterpr ise Electric Light Company. The city of Enterprise does ord..ii;j()(rslit,,1(( ia LllENSED( A,-rnn::tsKj. as follows: empowered and mhected to sell all Sec. 1. That C. G. Stacy and J. P. ''tircher, partners doing buoiiiesa tin ler the firm name of the e Enterprise ?r Couij any, Electric Liirht and Powe f Enterprise. Oregon, be e.nd they are hereby grant id the rijjit, privilege j 1() Oviock a .in .. at the front door of j and franchise toenet, construct, main- tJ,e C)Ulltv t-ourt house, in the city tain and operate electric light !..'!, KntePpiise, Wallowa county.! pnwer wires, nnu purports tltereot or.:,.. . n .,j ' ' 11 Oregon, sell at public auction as .ivi , aov and all the stiver and alievs I " . v,; . . . i. I - uroiiertv i sold on execution, totne, within the corporate limits of ti C.ty of Enterprise, Oregon, and t. -rtct poles and stretch wire on tin -aid streets and alleys within the ce'v . orate limits of the city of Entcr orise, Oregon, Jor tiie purposi ? furnishing and disposing o; electricity, and to do all acts am' things neces-ary for the successful operation of an electric light av.C power plant, for the purpose of getier- iting and furnishing and disposing jf electricity for general uses for the oublic. Sec. II. Said Enterprise Electric Light and Power Company, in the rxeietseof the right and privi'egis ri'Tebv granted to then:, shall erect hi oles at such oints in the strens ai a' iace its wires at such heights, nnd onstruct all other apparatus in such oanneras shall least interfere wit! . tiblic travel ami use oi said street? .md alleys, and to the 'satisfaction i,: he City Council o said city. Sec. III. It shall be unlawful for my person or persons without autl -ority from the said Enterprise E!e; -"no Light and I'piver Companv, en from the City Council of said city to, in any manner, interfere or meddle with, injure, impair or remove any of the electric light or power poles, wires, lights, ljmps, fixtures or any other apparatus belonging to said Enter prise Elect ric Light nd Power Con -rany, or connected with said plant, except in cases of tires or other sim ilar emergencies when such interfer nee may Ix? necessary, and if ar.y p. 1 son violate any of the provisions . this ordinance, he shall upon convic tion thereof, pay a fine of not les.r than live, nor more than fifty dollars for each olTense, and the cost of 1: r arrest and prosecutionr Sec IV. The maximum charge of the said Enterprise Electric Light and Tower Company to its patrwiis for each light cf f i.Ueen ear.dl powe.. and in tiie same proportion for other sizes, shall be as follows.: When tie number oi pacing lights of sixteii candle power, or their eijuivalent, r--aid company do not exceed three Hundred, sixty-live cents a month, nd when the number oi such lights xeceds three bundled,' sixty cents a Month, and in making the oregoing numeration the lights furnished the ity, exclusive o; the arc lights, shall e inch.ded; and it shall U' tiie duty of he said Enterprise Eleetrre Light and Jower Company to tile with the City .tecorder on the first Monday of Jan- inry and of July of each year a writ ten report showing the names and the lumber of all the jatrons, including the number of lights used by the city itself, and the number and the aizet- f the lights charged to each. Sec. V. The rightn and privilege oerein granted shall expire at the em' n len years irom tr.e tlate ot the ap proval of this ordinance, provided, tin said Enterprise Electric Light am! Power Company shall, within ten lays nfter such approval flie with tin Mty l.econter a written acceptance ci terms and the conditions of this ordin ance. Sec. VI. A failure, refusal r.r neg lect on the part of tlui said Enterprise Electric Light and Power Company i. i ;tmi' itii oi MP inTMlrlll any O the terms or requirements, or condi tions of this ordinance- shall work a forfeiture of a'l the righ!, privilrrgo mid franchises herein granted and this - oidinance may tiierenpon lx immediately repented by the City Council. t'ec. VII. That an ordinance to grant ft franchise for nn electric light and power plant to Fred Makin and William Makm, partners diing busi ness under the rirni name and style of the Enterprise Electri-j Light Com nny of Enterprise, Orison, approved j.y the mayor December 9, 1001, lm And the same is hereby rcpenled. Sec. MIL Thi ordinance shall i i i -:.. t . jrk -.-iieui. hiiu ins in lorce iron anil a tr itn approval hy the mayor. rassed hy the City Council Senteui- lif-r 2 1002 ' Approved by the Mayor Septuiiiber 3, 1SHI2. Attest: Carl E'k, . D. W. Sheahah, City Becordor. , kyor Guardian's Sale of Real Property N'otice 13 iieueby gives that virtue and in pursuance nf the County Court Orecon for the County of duly made and entered of- record therein on the oth day of May VM'2. in the matter of the estate and guard ianship of Clarence G. Bare, Myrtle 15. Bare, Mollie B. Bare and Frank j Bare, minors, by which order the un I the real property belonging to ,,, rfL. nrnnPTtv belonmc u- tlie I estate of will minors I. Geo. W : HynUf pi,ar)iilin f the ct :,ong 0f gA-H minors, will (ate and i .... (i.IV o( ssopt po at the hour of j amU,.)St WJJer lfv cjsh. ,y. j - We u Uip d:lte of confirnliltilin f r,rht tirle interest and estate, which the said Clarence G. Bare, Myrtle IS. Bare, Mollie B. Bare and Frank Bare, and each of them, lias now or heretofore has had in the following described real property without division thereof, towit: The undivided faiir-twenty-firMs ;4-21) interest of, in and to the West half of the Xorth-ea.-t quarter and the East half of the Northwest quar ter of Section twenty-nine (i) in Township two (2) North of llange forty-eight (48) E. W. M. in Wallowa County, Oregon, containing one hund red and sixty (ISO) acres together with the tenements, hereditaments anil appurtenances thereunto lielong ing or in any wise appertaining. Gko. W. Hyatt, Guardian of the estate and persons of Clarence G. Bare, Mvrtle B. Ba.e. Mollie B. Bare and Frank Bate, minors. IS THE CO CATV COCKT FOlt.THE COCSTY OF W.VLLOiVA, STATE vF OREGON. ' In the Matter of the Esut.i of ) r t ,. I Adaline Ji. B iford 'Je.-eas .-d f c t tl)il ! To Clarinda Nobles, Willi.nu Nobles, ; Giles Nobles, Clarinda Sl ick, Na'li iuiel! Nobles, James ii. N )b!es, s iraii llnford. 1 Soiitironia Wineiiell, Mary Pearson ahd to tie unknown heirs of Adaline N.i Buford, if any sunli there ba, ami ail j otlier arsons intereite i m sa l estate. Wli-reas, aiio.ic.iti) i htvui' b ,.n mailt; in iliii) lorin to trie abo.e-.ia.ae't Court on the "til dav o' Ja'.v. i'.'O-'. bv Ciias. E. Wnimior.i, Administrator ot said Ksta.e for an ord :r and liee ise di recting, authoriziag and emi iweriiu nun to sell tiin Keal hsta'e be o.iiiin lo t:ie estate of slid de.eJent, an J d-scr.oe j ( a oliows, to-wit : The Fust half of the No.-th-e.ist ip ir ter, and East h i!f oi tli-j Smrh- east quarter ot Sec:io:i 'L' the S intli- west q'larter of the orlUwest ipiitor anil iVest bill of tiie S uiii-w-.st quarter ' of Section trw We.it ! half of .ihg Nortti-we.st quitter and' North-wet Q'larier ot tli a ni:li-w.,..i I quarter ol rfeetioa 2ir-arid th hast li il of tiie Njrtii-eaal quarter an 1 t'n - Sju;j. est quarter of the Nortli-eat quarter e Seelijn 27 all in Township six ;H,. N'orth. o' RaiiJ Forty-four 44. List W, M., in Wallowa couuty, O.-b -oii and cui:- t.iininu ft-jl) acres. i . An I whereas said C iurt fixed on tiie ! ti-.ti day ot Oc-tooer, VM , at 10 o'ci.Nrk a. i n. at th Coort roiin ot tnis Court in the : Court Housj ia Knterurisa, Wallowa ojnty, and .State of Oregon, as ti.e time md place for hearing any and nil nbjije- j uoiib 10 aui remiou ami itie granting ul snd onler and license of sale: Therefore, Is the jumk of tkk hvatk ok ohkqom, vou arid each oi you arc hercliv :ited, directed and required til M and apfiear at sai l time and place then and there to show cause, if anv yo'l have, or if anv exist, why au order ot sale siiou Id no' b made a in the 1'etiti.i i praved fo- a d wjv said Petition sh.ml l not' he grim d and said order and license sho lid n in He. Wi noss, the Hon. Geo. W. Hamilton. In.hr-o said Court with the seal of said Co art aliseJ this 3rd div o S luteinnor VM) f County 1 C. H. Ziirchsh, Clert j Court I By 0. M Lot woo I . Depa Notice. Wallowa Coc.sty, Okkoo.v, July 11, 1902. To Samuel Brtowx: You are hcrc h.v notified that wo have cx pencil d one hundred dollars in labor and im provements oh the Cold Spring n-.in-ual claim located in the Jinnaha Mining di.tiict, ia which claim you v.'.i'e 0ner of c-itli.-.i interest .and ns wjll appur lry e.;rtifif;ate tried Juiv 26, j i" the office of County Clerk of Xtallonu county, Oregon, in order to hold suid premie under the provw ioi.a of tk-ction 2324 Retcd statutes of the United State, being amount re quired to holil same for year ending OecemW 31, 1901, nd if within ! V) dav after tma nnfipo r..ui; ... . . "j lion 'ou or refune to contribute ;your prooortion of such otiu...);!,,.. . ' w.Hims win income the property of the subscribers under Section 2324. J. F. Cctlkr. J. M. KbLly. Ida tswGepg iSHSRedwtion until you come and see. ;;Easy to Buy Two good points about these shoes are they are eas v to buy and they are . r - jl W'nnf bUSV 10 V ear We believe that we have a stock of men's , ladies and children's shoes that will afford a satisfactory shoe for every caller. blstpiAbe, EsrnnirG nmm PRICED. Ladies Hats for Midsummer iTt I f nt.,:.. I lit llilwl I2 riaill Men's Neckties all co:nline to attract men. Hot Weather Hats be in style and to be sensibly comfortable. These Straw Hats i Painting as it Should be ; Compare the Goods Joli ii This is the season when you expect spe.s.1 reduction sales; but. surely, you never ami-i pated such sweeping reductions as we're ing-for this sale. You can't realize the e0 44- Pleasing Clothes for VVellDressed Men When we buy our stock irJ are anxious for right qua!:!; ana ngnt price. Ave ar; anxious to procure for oi; customers the best It; manufacturers produce. There's Quality, Style an! finish in these siiits an: every buyer speaks of b;J pleasure in owning them. These beautiful hats are veritable dream? and thens of the sel!;s:g season is past . ' The best of the wearing reason is coming nnd these ha;; may be bought at a bargain. He sure to see them at one! Iiow are you off for ties? Summer stock! needs replenishing. "We are showing some of the swellest and handsomest you ever saw. Li;ht pretty summer colors, the brand nevt-l ness of the styles, the fairness of the fricej We'll fit you with a bat that will look well as well feeling comfortable. The fashionable . summer hew- wear shown here ought to please anyone who wants M will bold tlu-ir color and their shape. They are goc-1 enough to stand cleaning, which will insure beitlg a credit to you all through the season. The paint we sell is the rig'.t kind. It has good b' and will cover your walls effectively. Plenty of gw'j colors and all the paints arc mixed so they won't 1 peel, crack or blister. Just as nearlv Tertect as Piul can be made. You get it at ft reasonable price. V. It is just the season for wearing these summer &. goods and if you are wise you will select one ormc0 them. Plenty of variety in color and grade, but evf? piece is this season's stock and will be comfortable ' your use. aivin. Enterprise, Oregon.