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County Court In the CountT Court of the $''? of Oregon, for Wallow Coue:j. Weicesiar. Jn. 6. 1- Be It remect-e-ed. that at a repi lar term of the coantr court of the state of Orerot. for the coucrr of Wallowa, be ran and toeli : :he court house ia the citr of Enterprise, in said cobett and state, oo WeJces daT The f-fc dT of Januarr. A. I ISO, the tatae beteg Jir'- 'ed-, tesday of siid month and the urae fixed 'by law for boidiLg a recu".ar xem of said court, when were pre. ent: The Kosorab; J. B. OlrDs-.ed. coutty judge; Sam Litch. cornels siocer; V. G. Locke, commissioner: v.". C. Boatajaii, clerk; Edgar liar Tin. sheriff. When on Wednesday, the Stb day of January. A. D. 1909. on the first judicial day o. said term. atDor.c others the following proceedings ware tad. to- it: In the matter of road petition of Eugene Kafer. et al.: Now at this time Eugene Hi and others petition the cour. prij- ing for the location of a coury thorizing and empowering the unae. ro&d, comes on to be heard, and signed guardian o! the estate of Beu it appearing to the court that said lah Bunnell and Irene Bunnell, roin proposed road is in Wallowa coun- ors. to sell all of the interest of the f. state of Oregon, and that said said minors in and to the E V: of petition is signed by 12 or more : the XW , and the W . of the NE freeholders of said county and ; 14 of Section 33 ia Township 1 North state, residing in the vicinity of ot Range 44 E. W. M. in Wallowa said proposed road and that the; County. Ore?on. the same being an petition correctly describes the be- undiviied one-ttird interest, I will ginning, intermediate points and from and a.'ter tie 12th day of Fe' terminus thereof, and it further ap- pearing to the court by affidavits : filed therein, that due and legal ; notice of presentation of said peti-1 tion to this court, notifying all per- sons that applications would be made by advertisement posted at j the place of holding this court and three other public places in the vi-1 cinity of said proposed road and it; further appearing that a bond con- ditioned according to law has been filed herein which bond is: hereby approved. It Is therefore j "r?by ordered that the prayers of; 2 iM nori-lrmoro ho prnntpd The . , road viewers are hereby ordered to view and lay out said road accord- ju the dav of , and of their proceedings . a tine and leal return to the ae aue ana ieai reiu.u to iuC court at taeir next regular meeting. Ia the matter of checking and ap-; proving road supervisors reports : ; Now at this time the court pro-. ceeds to check, examine and ap-! prove all road supervisors' reports now on file with the clerk. In the matter of approving the of ficial bond of B. F. Miller, county assessor elect: Comes now B. F. Miller, who was duly elected county assessor at the preceding general election, and who has taken the oath of said office as provided by law. and presents to the court his official bond for approval, and the court having examined the same and be ing fully advised la the matter. It is hereby ordered that said bond be, and the same is hereby ap proved. In the matter of the official bond of W. T. Bell, county treasurer: Now at this time W. T. Bell, coun ty treasurer, presents the court with a new official bond in lieu of the one heretofore given and ap- - r proved; the former bond was found ' defecUve. The court having ex- v.inoH th -n anA Ko(r, fnv'wl;1 make a" collections of moneys aavisea in tne matter, i It is hereby ordered that said bond be, and the same is hereby ap proved. Whereupon court adjourned until tomorrow morning. (Continued on page five. Killed Following Hounds. Pilot Rock Josh Clark, a pioneer hotel man of Albee, Or., aged ' 65 years, was instantly killed Sunday afternoon on Bear Creek, 25 miles south of this place. He and a party of friends were on horseback follow ing a pack of hounds in hot pursuit of three cougars, when his horse fell on him. Cured of a Severe Attack of Bron chitis by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. "On October 18th, last, my little three year oid daughter contracted a severe cold which resulted in a bad case of bronchitis,'" says .Mrs. W. G. Gibson, Lexington, Ky. "She lost the power of spetoh com pletely and was a very sick chiid. Fortunateiy -e had a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house and gave it to her according to the printed directions. On the second day she was a great deal j better, and on the fifth day, Octo- . ber 23rd she was eutireiy well of her cold and bronchitis, which I at-; trir-ute to this splendid medicine. , I recommend Chamberlain's Cough 1 R-edy unreservedly as I have found It the surest, safest and quickest cure for colds, both for children and adults, of any I have ever used." For sale by Burnaugh Mayfield. " ; NOTICE FOR prBUCATlOX. j NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Io- J rveta-tmect of the Interior. ltd Tract.) . XT Land Office at La Grande. Or- PUBLIC LAND SALE, Jaiaarr il m. ! D-Praiiem. of the Interior. j Noure brret. Fiven that Alb si r.S. Land Office at La Grande, Ore-, L. ctiiders of En:erprise. Orejro i. on. January IS. 1909. j on O.tober 16 Ml, made J Notice U hereby tfTen that, as di-, Konest'd Entrr. No. 140. for Wjrerted by the Commissioner of the: - NE 4 N1 SEV Sec.ion 1'., General Land OfVe; under provis- ( TowihP 1 NottlC Ricee 44 East. of Act of Confress approved; WWaa-etie YeridUt. has filed no-i June :T. 190fi, (34 Stau, 517). we n.-e o: ictecuon to roase una: r ;t Year Proof l- es:ab'.wh claim to; the land above des.ribed. before D. V. Sb.eai.an. I". S. Commissioner, a! his off-. e e: Ecterpr.se. Oregon. on th ; ,.t dav of February. 19v. Clanraa: ct:e as witnesses: Frank V. Hke t. of Wallowa. Ore gon: David H. Hearing, of Wallowa. Orer-jr: Niroias W. Ownbey. of En terprUe. Oreroc: James W. Childers. of En "er; rise. Otegon. F. C. Bran: well. Register. TlCE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE OF REAL PROPERTY. In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Wa'.lowa County. Notice U hereby given that by vir tue of ai order of th above-entitle- Court, maie and ent.rr.-tJ on the St. iy of January, lyuS. ii. eusi-at.- ruary. 1903. proceed to sell at private sale a'.l of tie latere;-, of said min- , ors in and to the said described real ; property. The terms of said sa'.e I are as follows: the entire purchase price is to be pail in cash. j Eated this 13th day of January, 1903. MINNIE AKINS. Guardian. : First insertion Jan. 14, 1909; last: Feb. 11. 1903. BURLEIGH & BOYD, Attorneys for Gua.dian. 21t5 restoration to extry of lands in '"National Forest. Notice is hereby given that the lar.cu described below, embracing- 1130 cr. within the Wallow National Foreat. Ore-, w.,b! YLlr'?VZ?''J,Z United States ar.d the act of June ii. is", crT lUrih Jm AnT who'WS ' ''7nj in good faith ciaimir.g any of ad oTVCTirultan purTXespnor . Janua y .ha, iano ac-.uaiiv octrupier". saxi ianaswere iist, ffv".! r1 ! entry and tn preference r.ght exercised prior 1 to aiajvr. 4. l:.v. on wmcr. oate tne Unas will oe -jbt tn .e-.tiemeri-.acd entrr by anr quaiified ScJ"'01.- - i' See. a. N-: of N . &ec. Sc. T. 3 N R. E..luteiduporappiicaiiof itapineS. Bee her. ' rfEawrpn. ou N of sw-,. s. . , SE. of NE.. NE-. of SE-.. Sec Xi. T. 2 S.. R. E. aPp::iai:or c Ad F. Sneew. of Jof-r n. See. 21. of XW' N W-4 " ST-., Sec T.2 S.. R. IT. E-. appika- ; taoc of eorjrt W. Fisher, of Surrmervibe. Ot- i rar- V. -1 of SW-.. Su T.. E-i ol SE Sec. 1 j. 1 T. 2 S.. R. 4" E.. appii3-..o; of Perry A. Foncr. of Joseph, (rtg?n. NE. Sec. la. T, 2 S.. R. 47 E.. appca::cT. of GecrTre Keikirj?. of Jc?ph. (rvffrx:. Nrof NE,. S '. of NE-.. NW-, of' SE-..S-C- T. i S.. k. r E-. T-nhcat:or. of Walter Ya--.de!L of Eisnr . Oreir c. SW, of NE'-.. W- j of SE -.. NE-. cf ?'(,. Sec j. T. 2 S. R. 4" F.. appbraticr. nf John Gray, of La Granre. Oreprt. Freri I.-nnetT- Comnuss:otier of tne Ger.em; Laco Oce. Apprmea December 23. 1 J E. Wiieoo, Assistant Secretar' of the Int?rT'-T. , Luu lino, litis. 1T. I Not:ce of Dissolution of Partnership. Notice is hereby given that the co partnership he-eufore existing be-; twejn F. P. Somers and William i Campbell of V.'alljwa County, Oregon, Is this day mutL-a'ly dissolved, the ;j 771 r c , r Y "., 6 a11 6 1 lndeblelneso of the said firm, and ; ' due to the said firm at this date. Datsd this 2nd dav of Januarv. ; 1S0:, at White rird, Idaho. 21U j F. P. SOMERS. WILLIAM CAMPBELL. f Take yo.ir porcelain and granite i ware to the Woaie i's Exchange and have them repaired. "Careful Banking Insures the Safely of Deposits." Depositors Have That Guarantee at WALLOWA NATIONAL BANK OF ENTERPRISE. OREGON CAPITAL f.W.COO SURPLUS 150.000 We Do a General Banking Business. Exchange Bought and Sold on All Principal Cities. Oeo W. Hyatt. Preidcr.i Geo. s. Craig. Vice President DIKECIOKS Gko..Ckaks Geo. V. Hyatt J. H. IroEEIX y ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET BErH OF MEATS ALWAYS OX HAND. Hisbesl Market Vrkt for Hides aid Pells PRICE MOM PROFEIETOR- est muuer. ai isa uo . u the S" Ji day of March. 1909. at this , office, the following-described land: : SEV. NE1 Se.tion 24. Township 1 : South. Range 44. East Willamette; Meridian. Serial No. 0S87. i Any persons cl timing adversely the above-described land are advised to file their claims, or objections, on , or before the time designated fori sale. F C. Bramwell, Register. ; PUBLIC LAND SALE. ' Department of the Interior. j J. S. Land O'fi e at La Grande, Or- ! egon, December Sth, 190S. j Notice U hereby given that, as di-1 -ec-ed by the Commissioner of the. ii.eral Land Office, under provis-' ous of Act of Congress approved j June 27, 1906 (34 Stats, 517). we , will offer at public sale, to the high- jst bidder, at 10 o'clock a. in., on .he 2Sth day of January, at this of-' :ice. the following-described land: I W, SEi Sec. 29. WVa NEVi Sec: 12, T. 1 N, R. 45 E. W. Serial . o. Oi&l. i Any persons claiming adversely the ; ibove-described land are advised to : file their claims, or objections, on jr before the time designated for saie C. BRAMWELL, Resister. A. ROBERTS, Receiver. Sentinel (on gtiard) Halt: Who comes there? The Colonel Fool! Sentinel Advance, fool, and give the countersign. Philadelphia Inquirer. Although the nnclents knew the value of canals, they failed to hit on the simple device of the lock, which was not discovered till the fourteenth century. To this day the dispute has never been settled as to which coun try. Italy or Holland. Is entitled to the credit of the invention - admission Oregon is one or ine oiaest states Deyono tne ! ei"88!'- -n,ou i u iue nrst new state to ; have the twlitical honor of namius the T,cjf presldential (Jose)l!l i Lauei for one of the great parties in the first year of Its statehood. j A little girl of four years, bavins' written a letter consistin" slmnlv of , ,, , . " . lizzag lines, asked her papa to post It. . "What did you sayt-" asked papa, , , ' 1 flon t know, said Rosamond. j "Why. you wrote It!" said papa, . . . ' , ... . . Tes, but I did not read It, was the Innocent reply. "Xo. sir: I wUl not resign," said the ; offi'-eholder. "Why should I? There are no charge against me." "But I understand that charges have ' been formulated." i "Ilave. efc? Well, you doD't expect me to resign under fire. I hope. ; Never!" Philadelphia Ledger. ! "How fast does a motor car take ; your j "It depends on what you mean," an-! swered Mr. Chuggins. "Over the ' roads it goes at the same pace as most of them, but when it comes to ran- ning into debt it's got them all beat." I -Washington Star. ! "Do you not rejoice on the days j when vour himhflnri f-nmoa hnm. n-IK : i bU 8alar'r i "Not at all." answered Mrs. Stingy- : nub. "It simply means that I must ; - ui,iKu iuiu b cuiiircuou agency for the butcher, the grocer and the landlord." Kansas City Journal. j Tommy (who had just been chartlsc 1 ; by his father) Mamma, was Adau tLa '. first man? Mamma Yes. Tommy. j Tommy Didn't he baTe any papa? j Mamma Of course not I I Tommy Gee, but he was lucky! 1 Chicago News. VV. R. Huimes, Cashier frank A. Rearis, AwL Can bier Mattie A. Holmes . Holmes INDEPENDENT PHOKE 20 OREGON BRIEFLETS i Joseph D. Magee has been appoint- J postmaster at Lakeside. j Will Mack of Grants Pass, charged with the murder of Miles Car:er. was ronvicted of murder in the second degree Saturday. , Married, divorced and remarried , to his former-wife at the age of II fears is the experience of A. Vincent Holpate, formerly of Corvallis. no ' 3f Halsey. Congress has passed a bill to pay D. J. Holmes, of Salem. loM'i as re imbursement for iniprcvenienrs on land which was taken from him in correcting the boundary of tne Warm Spring Indian reservation Accorfiing to the annual rejiort cf the state game warden, he has suc ceeded, with his deputies, ic secur ing SO convictions mfcich accrued something over JGlH'O to the s:a;e in fines. Oregon City Oddfellows bare of fered a reward of $25 for the recov ery of the body of Charles E Mid lam, who was drowned in the "i'! ameue river at Oregon City la.t week. Mrs. Hawley. w!7e nf Reirx-rrM-tive Hawley. has been honored !v the women nf the Congri-ssiniir-l Club at Wasbingnn. D. C. . hy ari"v-rj'-ment as chairman of the ciirDinittee un nomination cf fh-er. The legislature if (Irfcnn wit' b requested to pass upon a lii'l p'oviii lug for the repeal of the presen- an:i prizefighting law. and the substitu tion of another measure that permit limited bouts lie'ween prnfes slnnal exponents of the manly art. Will Steel, of Portland is in Wash ington, D. C, endeavoring to obtain a lease of lands in Crater Lake Park, upon hich to erect a summer resort, hotels and cottages. The department of the interior will grant a 10-year lease, but Steel desired one for 1'U years. Governor Chamberlain has decided to pardon Courtland Green, sent up for life , from Lane county for tha murder of John Linn, who was driv ing a bunch of horses from Eastern Oregon. Green's mother has been living In Salem on the county. Moth er and son will leave at once, it is said, going to another state. Chief among the feature of "Home coming day," which will open the an , J nual rose festival in Portland. June 7-12, will be a rousing round-up and reunion of Oregon's old pioneers. The regular "Pioneer day" is June 16, but it is now planned to have this date changed to June 7, the opening day of the festival. "I hereby instruct and direct my said executor to erect a tombstone at my grave, and 1 wish him to have engraved thereon in bold letters the words, 'I have no desire for Heaven and no fear of Hell." " This is the queer instruction given in the last will of James W. Logan, which has been admitted to probate in the Multnomah county court. A message has been received at Hood River from Washington, D. C, stating that a concurrent resolution was passed in the United States sen ate directing the secretary of war to have a survey and estimate made in regard to dredging out the channel of the Columbia river opposite the ci!y, in order to provide a permanent harbor there. Bryan R. Dorr, on whom the spot light of national publicity has been thrown as a result of the war hi tween President Roosevelt and Sena tor Tillman, announces his intention of bringing suit against the Sou'h Carolina senator for $100,000 for malicious libel. Mr. Dorr is presi dent of the St. Paul & Pacific Timber Syndicate. Representative Hawley has secured the passage through the house of his bill to pay volunteers of the Cayuse Indian War who have not heretofore b-en compensated for their services. The bill carries an appropriation of SI 500. which will be distributed at the rate of $5.30 for each day's ser vice daring the war of 1 S47-1 S-8. The Pacific Postal Telegraph Cable Compny won its suit against the Southern Pacific Company, which was tried ont before Judge Wolver lon, at Portland, the jury bringing in a sealed verdict awarding the rail road company damages amounting to $60,000 and granting the telegraph company a right of way along the railroad lines between Portland and Ban Francisco. According to official statistics pre pared by the department of com merce and labor at Washington, D. C. Portland, during the calendar year of 1908, exported more whsat than any other American port, save New York. Its total shipments to foreign markets for the year amount ed to 13.042,063 bushels, m against 9.237.437 bushels in ISO". Exports for the extire Pugel Sound district the past year amounted to but 11, 9 17.6& 2 bushels. General Manager O'Brien, of the Harriman lines, upon his 'eturn to Portland from an extended trip East, said: "Authority will probably be given us to start work on the Central Oregon line within the next two months." Three different lines into interior Oregon are being considered for the Harriman line. One is up the Deschutes, another south from Shanlko and a third is the extension of the Corvallls & Eastern east from Detroit, across the summit of the Cascades near Mount Jefferson and thence down into the Central Ornn I prairies to Redmonds, the center of the Deschutes Irrigated district. Salrm. I Dual conTen-! ilflC 1 .) r.t - ' -fc Oregon State rrewiuuii of Labor convened here Monday at 10 o'clock a. m. Vte ions were held In the Sa Ira initanaa church, which was ter-derrd prmctietfly free, and -hose women served meals at nominal c.t durliig the convection In the base EfBi dlttcg-nvim. Ac ercplryers' liability measure is cr.e cf -re most important to be pre sented to the legislature. An araend meu to the state eight-hour law. the e 'nni'.ice of competition of convict ;abor cf fre 1'tor' bJ iih.ne of free passes, anti-iniunctlon. :h:id";or and grc'd roads are other sut;et:s oe the bill of tare. A Reason For His Donation. The late Fetber Walters, who was loved by hi parishioners, was par-th-ulsr'y chnmnty with a clergyman c the Methidit faith. One day Fsthcr Wafers was approached by I. is friecd. who solicited a subscription to help pa.T f" Dew sidewalk in fr-ml of his church. -What. L a Carbolic priest, give to a Me:b.dist cburchr exclaimed Fa ther Walters, with feigned amaxe-mert- "No. I'll not do that" Then, af-er a moment's hesitation, durinc which tbe Methodist preacVr semed to be pa'ci"? embarrassed, he nddod. with a characteristic twin kle in his ere: "But Pi: give $100 to the new side walk so tbst my neopl can get over to mv church"- Youth's Companion. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. In the Coutjty Court of the State Oregon, for Wallowa County. In the Matter of the Estate of Of' .Martha J. Erown, Deceased. Notice is hereby given, that the un-; Uersiened. the administrator of the ' estate of Martha J. Brown, deceased, j has fiiei his final account of his , administration of the 6aid estate I with the Clerk of the County Court t in and for said County of Wallowa, and that the County Court of said . Waliowa County, by order duly made and entered, has fixed Thursday, Feb ruary 4:h. 1909. at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, as the lime, and the County Court room in the County Court House in the City of Enterprise, in said coun- i ty, as the place, to hear objections ; to said final account and settle the same. All parties interested in said estate having objections thereto, if any there be, are notified to pre sent the same. In writing, at said time and piace. Dated this 4th day of January. 1909. J. A. BURLEIGH, Administrator of the Estate of Martha J. Brown, Deceased. 20t5 SECOND-HAND STORE RODGERS BROS-. Proprietors Dealers in new and tecond-hand goods. Bicycles and Bicycle Supplies. Bicycle and Gun Repair Shop. Furniture made or Repaired, Screen Doors and Windows made to order. Give us a trial. Our prices are right and all work guaranteed. Did It Ever Occur To You That A Telephone in Your Home Provides safetv, convenience, economy and p easure. and makes vour home life' com plete Its cost is little, its benefits are manifold. Home Independent Telephone Co. Covering Union and Wallowa Counties millions or Rfil W E Y AT LOWEST RATES. ON EASIEST TERMS. cm Wm' MiBer & Brother, SUITE 204. Wallowa National Bank Building. Enterprise, Oregon. 4 MAIL AND PASSENGER STAGEL1NE davJL60"- F,ora lo Paradise, MONDAY. WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS; and PT?EnS,vVFJoraMi APPletonto Wallowa, TLE&DAb, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS. E. W. SOUTH Fever Sore. Fever sores and old chronic at- should not be healed entirely, . . . - uwuiu v j rwm This can be a one ny applying Cha. beriain's Salve. This salve has m superior for this purpose. H U al so most excellent for chappy hands, sore nipplei. burns and 4i. eases of the skin. For sale it Burnaugh & Mayfield, Nature Provides bat one California It is the natural winter home of many thousand of the world 's best peopie. Under the gentle influence of its mild winter climate, every amusement and recreation abounds. Such ' bathing, boating, fishing, driving; such picnics, par ties and "jollifications." GOTO Los Angeles, Paso Robles Hot Springs, Hotel del Monte, Santa Barbara, Venice, Long Beach Santa Cruz, or a score of similar resorts and you will find health, congenial sur roundings, hospitable associates, faultless ac commodations and num berless attractions and conveniences. The O. R. & N. Co. Connecting with The Southern Pacific Co. Make inexpensive round trip excursion rates to California A six months stopover ticket Wallowa to Irs Angreles and return is $76 80 Correspndinjr rates are ef feet to other points. We have some very d:stinctive literature covering California's winter resorts, and wil' take pleasure in giving yon all of the information and assistance at our command. FrttVs, sleeping car reBervatiom etc., call on, telegraph or write E. T. Campion, Agent, Wallowa. OR WM. McMURRY, gen. pass, ageci. Portland. Oregon. 1 1 I WICK, Proprietor.