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OREGON BRIEFLETS
The United States National Bank
If Portland has been approved as
reserve spent for the First National
Bank of North Bend.
At a meeting of the Wasco County
Horticultural Society, held at Tho
Dalles last week, The Dalles Fruit
growers' I'nlon was formed
The senate has passed Senator
Fulton's bill appropriating $175,000
for a site and public building at As
toria. .
The controller of the currency has
approved the conversion of the
Douglas County Bank, of Roseburg,
Into the Douglas National Bank,
with $50,000 capital.
The oldest horse In Oregon died
near Burns at the age of 43 years.
The animal was an Indian pony and
was owned by the late Captain Jack
Kelley, the Indian fighter of Lava
Beds fame.
The Baker City Light and Power
Company has been absorbed by the
Elkhorn Light & Power Company,
which has plants in Union, Cove anil
La Grande. The new company may
also manufacture and sell gas.
Threshing men of Clackamas
county met in Oregon City and or
ganized the Clackamas Cotiiry
Threshers' Association. The consti
tution and by-laws of the state as
sociation were adopted.
Representative Hawley secured
passage through the house of his bill
to pay S. R. Green $206, being the
amount of postal money stolen from
the postofflce safe at Oregon City
when he was rostmaster, which
amount he had io pay the govern
ment. Walter Johnson, convicted of the
murder of Elmer Perdue, of Spo
kane, was hanged in the penitentiary
at Salem last week. The crime oc
curred In the mountains near Hills
boro, while the men were on a tim
ber cruising trip. Robbery was the
motive.
Lebanon has taken the lead of all
cities In the state this year in pre
paring to celebrate the Fourth of
July. At recent meeting of the
Business Men's League it was decid
ed to celebrate and preliminary plans
for a big celebration were inaugu
rated. Not a single person has been sent
to the Penitentiary from Linn coun
ty for the past two years. This
county has always been remarkably
free from crime, but this Is the
longest period in the memory of
court officers without at least one
commitment to the state prison.
Three counties in this state, Ben
ton, Lincoln and Yamhill, have not
a single prisoner In the state peni
tentiary. This is shown by the bi
ennial report of the superintendent,
C. W. James, who has classified the
prisoners as to their crimes, length
of sentence and county from which
committed.
Unkempt, dirty and wUh his ankle
so badly sprained that he cannot
stand without assistance, Robert
Gerrish, who escaped from the Ore
gon insane asylum last November,
was found in a barn at Oakland Fri
day night and taken back to the
asylum. He can give no account of
his wanderings or the cause of his
injury.
Eefore the next regular river and
harbor bill Is framed by congress,
a report will have been submitted
by the army engineers, passing upon
the necessity for a 30-foot channel
from Portland to the sea, and that
report will be accompanied by the
outline of a project and estimate of
cost. If the report is favorable, it
will be binding upon congress, and
it is reasonable to presume that the
new work will be started under au
thority contained in the bill.
'Four tramps were discovered In
an alley at the rear of a Salem
brewery Saturday morning by the
police. Two of the men were nearly
dead and several hours were re
quired to resuscitate them. The
other two were unconscious and all
were taken to Jail in an express
wagon. They had been drinking
wood alcohol and had fallen asleep
In the middle of a mudhole and were
nearly drowned as well as frozen.
It Is possible two of them will not
survive.
R. S. Smith, of Klamath Falls,
representing the Water Users' Asso
ciation on the Klamath irrigating
project, is in Washington in confer
ence with the reclamation service
and the secretary of the interior, in
the hope of securing a modification
of the order imposing a charge for
water right. Water rights at Klam
ath have been fixed at $30 per acre,
divided into 10 equal payments. Ho
wants the department to make the
first payment $1 or $1.25 per acre
and gradually Increase the amount
so that the last payment will bring
the total to $30. Smith says settlers
will have difficulty In paying $3 por
acre the first year.
After consultation with officials of
the reclamation Bervice, Representa
tive Ellis has written to settlers un
der the proposed Malheur irrigation
project, informing them that tin
government will gladly take up and
build that proect if they themselvea
will promptly get together and in
duce all landowners, including tha
Wagon Road Company, to join the
Water Users' Association In agree
ing to sell their surplus lands when
the water Is ready for delivery and
file application for water rights for
all irrigable lands. The project Is
attractive to the government engin
eers, more so than many others un
der consideration, but it is up to the
people themselves to say whether or
not It shall be built now or later.
Ihath May Cheat Gallows.
Salem C. Y. Tlmmons, sentenced
to hang February 26. for the murder
of his wife in this city. Is reported
to be In a serious condition and It la
possible the gallows will be cheated
of Its victim and Tlmmons will suc
cumb to heart failure before the day
of execution.
At the time of the murder, Tlm
mons either cut his own throat or
It was cut by a Becond party, Tlm
mons adhering to the latter story,
fie lay all night In bed In this con
dition and was removed to a hospital
where he was ill for weeks. Physi
cians state that the loss of blood
ou the night in question is respons
ible for his present condition, and
that he Is now suffering from acute
heart trouble. He cow appears pale
and wan, and is far from being In
good physical condition.
Will Complete' Telephone Line.
Drewsey A stock company has
been organized here to complete the
telephone line between this place
anil Harney City, a distance of 35
miles. This line was started during
the early part of the past year, but
was abandoned, the excuse being the
scarcity of help.
Seven miles of telephone line
which will connect Drewsey with
Von, a distance of 25 miles, also
government forest rese-ve. a lev
miles beyond Von, have boon com
pleted. When these lines are fin
ished Drewsey will then be connect
ed with all outside points.
Increase in Tillamook Pulrylng.
Tillamook Tillamook county's
principal industry, dairying, Bhows
a gratifying increase over the year
1907, as Is evidenced by the report3
of three cheese factories just made
public. The three manufactured
532,553 pounds of cheese, which
brought in a revenue of $65,720.
During 1908 the average price for
butter fat was several cents lower
than in previous years The average
yield of cheese to the 100 pounds of
milk was 10.9 pounds for these three
factories.
Coach and Lride Get Silver Service
Eugene Last year's football
squad of the university presented
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Forbes with a
handsome silver service as a wed
ding present.
Mr. Forbes is engaged in the lum
ber business at Wendling, Or. He
has agreed to coach football again at
the University, according to the Yale
system and will sign a contract with
Manager Hayward.
Pass Four Hills trver Veto.
Salem The legislature passed
four salary bills over the governor's
veto. They are:
Salary of Polk county superinten
dent, raised from $1000 to $1200.
Salary of Morrow county superinten
dent, raised from $800 to $1200.
Salary of Yamhill county superin
tendent, raised from $900 to $1200.
Salary of Sherman county superin
tendent, raised from $500 to $1000.
Will Dedicate Albany Elks Temple.
Albany February 18 has been set
as the date for the dedication of the
splendid new Elks Temple in this
city. The dedicatory exercises will
begin with a ball Tuesday evening,
February 16, but the formal open
ing of the building will occur two
days later. All of the Elks of the
Northwest will be invited to be pres
ent on that occasion.
Union Released From Quarantine.
Union After being under strict
quarantine for three weeks, the city
was turned loose Monday morning.
The last case of diphtheria has re
covered and the town has been thor
oughly disinfected. No further
spread of the disease !s feared
NOTES OF THE LEGISLATURE
Salem As amended by the joint
committee on game, the season for
hunting pheasants has been short
ened to one month October 15 to
November. The limit, has been re
duced from ten to five birds a day.
One concession was made to sports
men In that hunting with dogs will
continue to be allowed.
"Careful Banking Insures the Safety of Deposits,"
Depositors Have That Guarantee at
WALLOWA NATIONAL BANK
OF ENTERPRISE. OREGON
CAPITAL 150.000
SURPLUS toO.000
We Do a General Banking Business.
Exchange Bought and Sold on
All Principal Cities.
eo. W. Hyatt, President
Geo. si. Craig, Vice President
CiKO ,H. Ckaio
J. H. DonniN
ENTERPRISE
15KS1 OF MEATS
Highest Market
Price for
Hides and Pelts
PRICE MOHAN
PROPRIETORS
The season for duck-hunting on
the Columbia river has been fixed
from September 15 to January 15.
The limit will remain at 50 ducks,
but the sale of this game will not
be permitted In the market.
One normal school, probably at
Monmouth, will be the recommenda
tion of the joint committee on ways
and means. Should this recommen
dation be followed, It will cut off
from the state treasury the schools
at Weston, Ashland and Drain. The
appropriation will be probably
$150,000. Provision will be made
for paying the railroad fare to the
one normal of students in far-away
parts of the state. As Monmouth
holds a balance of power on the
committee. It is likely to be favored
In the report.
Enactment of anti-Japanese legis
lation by any other authority than
Congress Is disapproved by a major
ity of the members of the Oregon
legislature. Sentiment against any
legislative disturbance t the Japs
Is especially strong in the senate.
For that Terrible Itching.
Eczema, tettir and salt rheum keep
their victims in perpetual torment.
The application of Chamberlain's
Salve will instantly allay this Itching
and many cases have been cured by
Its use. For sale by Burnaugh &
May field.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. S, Land Office at La Grande, Or
egon, January 11, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that Albert
L. Chllders, of Enterprise, Oregon,
on October 16, 1902, made
Homestead Entry, No. 12040, for W
ii NE V. N SE, Section 15,
Township 1 North, Range 44 East,
Willamette Meridian, has filed no
tice of intention to make Final Five
Year Proof to establish claim to
the land above described, before D.
W. Sheahan, U. S. Commissioner, at
his office at Enterprise, Oregon,
on the 20th day of February, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Frank W. Heskett, of Wallowa, Ore
gon; David H. Hearing, of Wallowa,
Oregon; Nicolas W. Ownbey, of En
terprise, Oregon; James W. Chllders,
of Enterprise, Oregon.
F. C. Bramwell, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Iso
lated Tract.)
PUBLIC LAND SALE.
Dapartment of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Ore
gon, January 16, 1909.
Notice Is hereby given that, as di
rected by the Commissioner of the
General Land Office, under provis
ions of Act of Congress approved
June 27, 1906, (34 Stats., 517), we
will offer at public sale, to the hlgh-
i est bidder, at ten b'clock a. m., on
the 9th day of March, 1909, at this
office, the following-described land:
SE14 NEVi Section 24, Township 1
South, Range 44, East Willamette
Meridian, Serial No. 0887.
Any persons claiming adversely the
above-described land are advised to
file their claims, or objections, on
or before the time designated for
sale. F. C. Bramwell, Register.
23t5
RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF LANDS IN
National Forest. Notice in hereby jriven
that the lands described below, embracing 2.M.39
acres, within the Wallowa National Forest, Ore
gon, will be subject to settlement and entry under
the provisions of the homestead laws of the
United States and the act of June 11. 1906. i'M
; Stat. 233), at the United States land office at La
Grande on April 13, 1909. Any settler who was
actually and in irood faith claiming any of said
landa for agricultural purposes prior to January
t 1. 1906. and has not abandoned same, has a pref-
e rence right to make a homestead entry for the
landa actually occupied, baid lands were listed
upon the applications of the persons mentioned
below, who have a preference right subject to the
prior right of any auch settler, provided such
settler or applicant is qualified to make homestead
entry and the preference right Is exercised prior
to April 13. 1909, on which date the lands will be
subject to settlement and entry by any qualified
person. The lands are as follows: Lot 4. Sec. 'I.,
; lvt8 I and 2, Sec. 3, T. 4 N.. K. 42 E., appl'-atio i
! of John A. Doud, of Promise. Oregon. Si:' f
I SWH. Sec. 27. EW NWVi, NEVi of SWd. S.-c. f.
T. 4 N., R. 42 E.. application of Joseph RoLinso ,
; of Wallowa, Oregon. Lot 4, Sec. 3. Lot 1, Sec. 4,
; T. 4 N R. 42 E.. application of John W. Powell,
; of Promise, Oregon, who alleged settlement in
I 1895. FRED DENNETT. Commissioner of the
'; General Land Office. Approved January 26. 1909,
j FRANK PIERCE, First Assistant Secretary of
i the Interior.
I 2-11 4t Liata6-15. 16. 62
V. R. Holmes, Cashier
Frank A. Reavis, Asst. Cashier
DIRECTORS
Geo. W. Hyatt Mattie A. Holmes
V. R. Holmes
MEAT MARKET
ALWAYS ON HAND.
INDEPENDENT
PHONE 20
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE OF
REAL PROPERTY.
Notice is hereby given, that under
and by virtue of an order of the
County Court of the State of Ore
gon, for Wallowa County, made and
entered on January 9th, 190'J, in
the matter of the Estate and Guar
dianship of Robert H. Wright, Merle
Wright, Stephen Wright and Walter
Wright, minors, and helrsat-law of
Henry Mace, deceased, whareby the
undersigned as foreigu guardiau of
said minors was and is authorized,
licensed and directed to sell at
private sale all the interests of
said minors, the same being an un
divided one-twentieth Interest be
longing to each, or four-twentieths
Interest belonging to all, of said min
ors, of in and to the following de
scribed real property, to-wlt:
The SW of NWVi and XWVi of
SW of Section 29, the EVj of SE
& of Section 30 and the E of NE
and NW14 of NEVi of Section 31,
except about HVs ares in a triangu
lar shape in the southeast corner
of the EVi of NEVi of said Section
31, conveyed by George B. Dexter
and wife to William L. Bishop by
deed recorded at page 99, Boak I,
of the Deed Record of Wallowa Coun
ty, Oregon, and also except a square
one-acre tract near the southwest
corner of said EVa of NEVi of Sec
lion 31, conveyed by the said George
il Dexter and wife to the directors
of School Distiict No. 16, in said
county, by dead recorded at page
367, Book I, of the Deed Record of
Wallowa County, Oregon, to which
deeds and the record thereof refer
ence is hereby made for a more def
nite description of said excepted
tracts, all situated and being In
Township 2 N., Range 43 East, W.
M., in Wallowa county, Oregon, and
containing 265 acres, more or less,
and subject to an unaligned dower
estate, to-wlt: An undivided one-hal
Interest for life, owned by Mary E.
Alace, as widow of said Henry Mace,
deceased, and also subject to a
mortgage executed by the said George
B. Dexter and wife to the Oregon
State Land Board to secure a loan of
$250.00 and interest, which mortgage
is recorded at page 55, Book I, of the
Mortgage Record of said county.
I will, from and after the 26th
day of February, 1909, proceed to
sell at private sale to the highest
and best bidder for cash, all the
rights, title and Interests of all of
said minor wards in and to said
described real property, together and
In one sale, and subject to the ex
ceptions and incumbrances above
mentioned.
Dated this the 26th day of January,
1909.
GEORGE C. WRIGHT,
21t5 Foreign Guardian.
Applications for Grazing Permits.
Notice is hereby given th it all applications for
permits to grate cattle, horses, and sheep within
the WALLOWA NATIONAL FOREST during
the season of lyuj, must be filed in my office at
Wallowa, Oregon, on or before March 1, 1909,
Full information in regard to the grazing fres to
be charged and blank forms to be used in making
a inlications will tv fumnhed upon request.
2115 HARVEY W. HARRIS. Supervisor.
Nature Provides
but one
California
It is the natural winter
home of many thousand
of the world '8 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."
GO TO
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 Los
Angeles and return is
$76 80
Corresponding rates are ii: ef
feet to other points.
We have some very distinctive
literature covering California's
winter resorta, and will take
pleasure in giving yon all of the
information and assistance at
our command.
For tickets, sleeping car reservations,
etc., call on, telegraph or write
E..T. Campion, Agent, Wallowa.
OR
WM. McMURRY, gen. pass, acent.
Portland, Oregon.
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE OF
r pal PROPERTY.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for Wallowa uwnij.
v,.l..a lis niriI)V riven that by vir
tue of an order of the above-entltled
Court made and entered on me bui
dav of January, 1909, licensing, au
thorizing and empowering the under
signed guardian of the estate of Beu-i-h
Hiinneli and Irene Bunnell, min
ors, to sell all of the Interest of the
said minors in ami to the k '
the N'.V Vi and the W Vi of the NE
Vi of Section 35 in Township 1 North
o. Range 44 E. W: M. in Wallowa
Co-inty, Oregon, the same being an
undivided one-third Interest, I wl"
from and after the 12th day of Feb
ruary, 1909, proceed to sell at private
sale all of the interest of said min
ors In and to the said described real
propertv. The terms of said sale
are as follows: the entire purchase
price Is to be pail in cash.
Dated this 13th day of January,
1909.
MINNIE AKINS, Guardian.
First insertion Jan. 14, 1909; last
Feb. 11. 1909.
BURLEIGH & BOYD, Attorneys for
Guardian. 2110
Lame Shoulder.
TM Is a common form of muscu
lar rheumatism. No internal treat
ment is needed. Apply Chamber
lain's Liniment freely three times a
day and a quick cure is certain.
This liniment has proven especially
valuable for muscular and chronic
rheumatism. Sold by Burnaugh &
Mayfield.
SECOND-HAND STORE
RODGERS BROS., Proprietors
Dealers in new and peeond-huncl goodu. Bicycles and Bicycle
Supplies. Bicycle and Qun Repair Shop. Furniture made or
Repaired, Screen Doors and Windows made to order. Give ub
a trial. Our prices are right and all work guaranteed.
We Have The Best
and only complete line of Hardware in the County
Call and inspect our goods and compare our prices
with others.
S. D. KELTNER,
THE HARDWARE DEALER.
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MILLIONS OF
AT LOWEST RATES. ON EASIEST TERMS.
Wm. Miller & Brother,
SUITE 204, Wallowa National BanK Building,
Enterprise, Oregon.
General Blacksmithing
Jftorseshoeing a Specialty
If you wish to buy a Hack, Buggy. Plow or H..rn r,n,n,U
handle a complete Block in thi,
u.'chftMng of nie.
S. E. Combes,
Enterprise, Oregon.
Did It Ever Occur To You
Telephone in Your Home
Provides safety, convenience, economy and
p easure and makes your home life com
plete? Its cost is little, its benefits are
manifold.
Home Independent Telephone Co.
covering Union and
KSAwiAiaA'pi'Mfi 'All JiHIHI!
MAIL ND PASSENGER
STAGE LINE
Wallowa. Appleton. Flora to Paradise
Mondays, Wednesdays and fkidays; and '
Fr0B PTuESDSAYsFT1aDd APP'eton to Wallowa.
rUESDAfe, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS
E. W. SOUTHW1CK, Proprietor.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
In the County Court of the 8ut
Oregon, for Wallowa County.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Martha J. Brown, Deceased.
Kntlre is hereby Klven. that tha un
dersigned, the administrator of the
estate or Marina J. Brown, deceased,
has filed his final account of his
administration of the said estate
with the Clerk of the County Court
In and for said County of Wallowa,
and that the County Court of said
Wallowa County, by order duly made
and entered, has fixed Friday,
March 12th, 1909, at the hour of ten
n'cioik in the forenoon of said dav.
as the time, and the County Court
room in the County Court House in
the City of Enterprise, In said coun
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 place.
Dated this 9th day of March. 1909.
J. A. BURLEIGH,
Administrator of the Estate of
Martha J. Brown, Deceased. 25t5
GAME LAWS.
Any person knowing of any viola
tlon pf the game or fish laws of the
state, or of persons not propertj
keeping screens over Irrlgatlor
ditches, are requested to notify
JOE CLEMONS,
Deputy State Game and Forfeit
Warden. Zumwalt, Oregon. 4Jtf
Read the advertisements.
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