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County Pioneer Paper Established in J884. Published every Thursdav bv The Enterprise Press. Office East side "Court House Square. Entered In the postoffice at Enter- IOCj VIH,,, w- - i S" SCKirTION RATES. j !ir e mo.iths 50c j ... .a uiil u An .i.ne. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1909. THE HOME DOCTRINE. The "Hnie Toctriue" that doe !or than any oilier one thing to build up the ma erlal prosperity of j t caaimunity, u thus stated in Good-j via's Weekly: Encourage every hame enterprise-j L ake an interest In -every Industry, jives: liberaUy in the stock of fai:h , and good will, and distribute it aU I over your city, in every fectory, ev ery work shop, every business housa. It will pay you large dividends, and will cot very lir.le. It con never de preciate in value. It wi'.l always be above par. Buy home made goods. Ask your merchants Cor them. Wear home made garments, eat home made articles of iooi, sleap on home made oeda, read home made newspapers. Isi his way the money you spend is inly loaned. It wi'.l corns back to you again with intereit. Praise up your city don't run it down. Stand by your merchants and manufactur ers they are the bone and sinew of your municipal structure. Stand by your churches rtnd your schools they are the hopes cl your future. Stand by your press it U the tireless sen tinel that guards your Interest. The price of stompage Is co.i- stoutly going up. This does not help the wages of labor in any way. It makes timber land higher, but the timber worker ha? no more to show for It. He is to d that the price of labor depends upon the supply. If the land owners grab the timber and hold It out of U3 3 that makes jobs j-j-. wages lo.ver and timbar j.e:, Turtith the alchemy o. jrn commerce the wages the la borer don't get become the millions ue tiud moiiopolis: does get. Ore . .3 -i eu i s timber land for the ..tc; pert to a lot of alien sharks, waa might as well be English dukes, as some of them are, to whom we pay tribute. There is a string to evry grant of land In all countries. That is the right of taxation. We will pull it in Oregon one of these d?ys, says the Labor Press, as they are doing in New Zealand, and get ting ready to do in England. Dr. John McLoughlin and his work in aiding the early Battlers at Ore- goo City will not be forgotten and by a decis've vote, this pioneer city has declared it wl'l maintain the his toric home of Dr. McLoughlin as a public monument o his work. This - bute to Dr. McLoughlin will meet 'he hearty approval of all h :Ving psoile everywhere. A'etiig a !o all y by maans i: O' ! fo ;ler is god and it el sp nt, but the town e i e; it;e'f v,:th a good ',.. . a e: b:ln s more attention to itse'.f, do:iar for dollar, than all the railroad pamphlets in the world. Labor Press. STATE 07 OREGON Department of Public Instruction, Salem Information Concerning Eighth Grade Final Examinations. 1. DATES: Tare examinations, annually. Each county superintendent to select months for his county. (a) January 20-21, 1910. (b) May 12-13, 1910. (c) June 9-10, 1910. (d) September 8-9, 1910. 2. PROGRAM: (a) Thursdays Physiology, Writ ing, History, and Civil Govern ment. (b) Fridays Grammar, Arithme tic, Geography and Spelling. J. SOURCES OP QUESTIONS: (a) Arithmetic Practical Arith metic? Smith. manship as indicated in copied matter and from manuscript tn Language. I (b) Civil Government, United States Constitution. (c) Geography State Course of Study; Redway and Hinmans Natural School Geography. , d) History Li Jt of topics from History Outline in State Course of Study and Current Events. (e) Grammar Buehler's Modern mm Cbts very night they're coming home. Cbcir faces wilt appear Once more around the Yulctide feast, Our sons and daughters dear. Chen there'll be all the babies, too, "Co jolt upon my knee flnd mahc our big, old fashioned bouse H scene of revelry. f'bc bemloch wreaths bang on the wall. Chat spray of mistletoe Recalls, old dear, our sparhmg days, Some fifty years ago, KIbcn first I hissed you underneath Cbc bough of fateful pearls. I seem to see you once again, Cbc sweetest of all girls. English Grammar, no diagram ming. if i Physiology Graded Lessons in Physiology and Hygene Krohn. (g) Reading The teacher will send to the County Superinten dent the applicant's class stand ing in reading, which shall be taken by such superintendent as the applicant's sending on the subject. (h) Spelling Read's Word Les sons. (i) Writing Specimens of pen- Respectfully submitted, J. H. ACKERMAN, 16c4 Supt. Public Instruction. Notice of Eighth Grade Examina tions. Enterprise, Oregon, Dec. 6. 1909. The first two examinations for Eighth Grade class as will be held January 20-21 and May 12-13, 1910. Teachers preparing classes for either of the above dates will re port names and age3 of applicants thirty days before date selected. Respectfully, J. C. COXLET, 16c6 Supt. of Schools. D - TO'lATI ")N" TO EXTRT Of i-unus in Aatioi'al 1-orest. isotl-e hcii mm n.c n'liiw, emhra :Ing llr.33 acres, within the Wallowa Xatl inal Forost, Oregon, will be s.'bject to aetthment and euiv und'-r the provisions of the homestead laws of the United States and the act -of June 11, 1906 (34 Stat., 2J3, at the Unlt-d States land offi.e at La Grande, Oro Kon, on February 26, 1310. Any settler who was actually and In pood faltli claimiiij; any of talj lands for agrlcul- THE NEW M EAT PsSARKET In the old Electric Theatre Building on River Street. FRESH, SALT AND SMOKED MEATS EVERYTHING CLEAN -:- HEATS CUT RIGHT VEST & VEST pscpsitTcns rpisuna COPYRIGHT. 1900, BY AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION turai purposes prior to janunrj- 1, lso.j, ' duly appointed as joint administrators and has not abandoned -fame, has of 'the estate Of Jobe H Halsev de preference ri-iht to make a homestead ' .''.., entrv for the lands actually occupied. . C. all peroans having Said lands wore l.sted upon the applica- , claims against said deceased or his Hons of thd persons mentioned below, e3tate are hereby required to present who have a preference n.tht su njeci p"" or cant ls aid administrators or either of them. quaV.Hi.-i . m-.:.o imnu-uwd entry and ! at Enterprise, Oregon, or to their at the preference ri:ht la exercised prior tornev, D. W. Sheahan. at his office to February a j, lsio, on which date the ! at Enterprise, in said county and tn i.A ..i.;u w-ittlomont and . " ' .. ,.. min-i ,e.s1)n The lands enibra -e a t:a-t of 93.1 acres, which when surveyed will proLahly be within See. 13, T. 3 X.. It- 44 E., W. M., bounded nnd des rll.ed ns follows: ueglnnins at the F. B. M.. a ba.a.t cliff on the west side of Basin Creek opposite tiie mouth or i.u.-.n iev., four chains from the ede of the water, approximately the corner common to Sees. 9, 10, 13 nnd lti, T. 5 X.. It. 4,1 E., thence S., 63 chains; thence E., 8-75 chains; them e X. 9 d. 4 nun. t-, M chains; thence W., 19.91) chains, to corner Xo. 1, listed np.n the applica- tlon of M. E. llot-hkiss of Entjr- prise, Oregon; I.I t C-H3. A tract of H6..'3 acres, p 'ol.alii- witliin Sec. 23, T. 5 S.. 1L 4i E., boinJed and desj.'llied as follows: BcKlnnln nt the F. S. M., a prominent lo-k In tlo NW corner ofi, . V . . T ""-"''""" ,, ,, , , , ., a,,J report as administrator of the above UeClraw Uasin, 67.) chains north audi , ... ... . , . ,T .. . . . . , . I named estate and the Judge of the Bald io chains west oi approximate corner to! . , . . , . Wees. M. 24, 23 and 2.;, T. 3 B.. K. 4S ' f.l'r, ',a f "UI0" 1 fnuar EL. thence A. 30 ch ,i,,s; then. S. U J, ' , , . at the County Court House in the City dec. E.. 21.21 chains; thence X. 2i .... . . . ' " of Enterprise, Wallowa County, Ore chains; thence P. t6 des. 20 mil!. I-. .. , .,, .', , j-i iii ohninH- t hnncp X. 17.0 chains thence X 51 de ' 1 ----- CllUms: lllCIICt. . t. Cll.ilii I'J v-'J' ner Xo. 1, application of Luther H. Per kins of Honi jsiea I, Oregon; List 6-211. A tract of 10S a -res, probably within Sec. 17, T. 5 X., 1L 47 E., bounded and described as follows: Bejiinnlnx at cor ner 1 (from corner 2 tiie SW and of the roof the h v.ise bears X. 61 d ;g. 30 min. E., S4.S chains) thence X. SI deg. 30 min. W.t 11.13 chains; then.e X. IS de;,-. 20 min. E.. 10.21 chains; thence X. 13 des. 10 min. E., 30. chains; thence S. S8 de;. 30 min. E-, 23.60 i cnuins; thence S., 3 do;;. E., lj.ijl chains; thence S. 66 de. 30 min. W., JtSO chains to the pla.-e of beginning' application of Gls ave Gillard of Jul seph, Oregon; List 6-213. A tract of 70 acres, probably within Sec. 3, T. 2 X., R. 5J E., Uo:inled and described as follows: Beginning nt a point SO chains south and 20 chains west of the northwest corner of Section 2, T. 2 X., H. 50 E.t etm:liiig thence X., 10 chains; thence W., lo clialns; thence S., 10 chains; thm-e V., 10 clialns. thence S., 20 chains; thence E., 20 chains to the place of beginning. Other whje described as what will probably be when surveyed the E'i of XWij of SEVi, the HV of XW', of SE',i and the SWVi of SEVi, Me- 3. Appli.'aUon of William Campbell of White Bird, Id aho;, List 6-2.1 1. Fred Dennett, Com missioner of the General Land Office. Approved December 2, 109, Frank Pierce, First Assistant Secretary of the interior. Uc4 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given, that the j undersigned have fcaen by the County Court of Wallowa county, Oregon, a Che pantry shelves arc loaded down OUtb every hind of cahc Hnd pics of mince and pumpkin such Hs only you can mahc. Beyond the close shut parlor door Hn angel bright and fair Is loohlng down upon a tree Chat stands all ready there, Put up your hnlttlng. mother, dear. Cbc tinkle of the bells Heroes the snow clad upper road In welcome warning swells, for here arc Dick and lack and Jess Hnd jMolly, Com and Sue Hnd all the merry, dimpled, cute, Mischievous youngsters tool tha gan)e propier vouchers t0 ; ' ! 3uate- wlaila Bix months from and af- i ter the 16;h day of December, 1909, . tha same being the date of the first pilWcation of th,3 natlc Dated at Enterprise, Oregon., this the 16th day o December, 1909. 1'Co ELSIE L. HALSEY, WILLIAM MAKIX, Joint Administrators. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. , Ue Colmty Co..rt of the stBte Qf 0reBon, f,,r Wallowa County, , .., , . T nrd G. Snell, De-eased. Notice Is hereby Riven that the under signed has filed with the Clerk of the . . " . ... 20 min. W., 32.1. j -uT. L ii . . V ,. -.'il.l rpnorr l nil anr-nnnl nn.l all ntiiao- not be closed and settled aa provided by law. CHAS. RICE, Administrator. J. P. BUSK, Attorney for Administrator. NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS. Sealed proposals will be received by the undersigned, up to and in cluding Jan. 3rd, 1910, at six o'clock P. M, for the purchase of $30,000 Uonds of School District No. 6, Wallowa County, Oregon. Said bonds to be dated Jan. 3rd, 1310, due in twenty (20) years from date of issue, optional on and after ten years (10) years from said date, bearing interest at not to exceed six per cent (6 per cent) per annum, payable semi-annually, principal and interest payable at the office of the Treasurer of Wallowa County. 0r a designated Fiscal Agency Jn New York City, as may be designated by the purchaser, bonds to be in denom ination of $500 or $1,01)0 each, bid ders to name the price and rate of intfeitst at which they will purchase said bonds, or any portion thereof, each bid being accompanied by a cer tified check for five per cent (5 per cent) of the amount of bonds bid for, the right being reserved by the Boan : ot Directors of said school district to 1 rp1ot onv nf tall 1 1 , j "ea. Treasurer, T.'allor.a County, Oregon. To the Citizens of It is our purpose to handle an- business entrusted to us in such a fair and liberal manner as to maKe the customer's rela tion with this banh satisfactory and profitable. 11 Aside lrom our excellent facilities, this bank has the advcTntae of a largre capital and substantial list of si- .. UioIiKts It is also a State DeposU tory. II vnu are not a. customer we inviu ai t n ft diic-one. Stockgrowers and Farmers National hi Wallowa, Oregon United States Land Noti:i-Xzv,;,;"ic i and Stone Law," at such value u vnnrP FOR PUBLICATION imleht be flxed by aPPraUement. and NOTICE FOR PUBUltAiiON. that pur8Uant tQ flUch appUcat Department of the land and timher thereon ban U. S. Land Office a La Grande . &pp timber estimatS Oregon. November 29 1909 ! 100000 board feet at $0.80 per ! Notice U hereby given that Julia said appH E. Sargeant. nee Neil, of Inmate. cant --JWU Oregon who on Deonber 6 1 4. Qf appUcatlon P mad. Home.e.d No 13972 serial. No. .04296. for NB. : Section J. 24. Township 1 North. Range 46 E"t, at 'tor Willamette Meridian, has filed notice nrB ' 1 otnce' at mXBf- of intention to make Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. M. Lock wood, U. S. Commissioner, at his of fice U Enterprise, Oregon, on the 17th day of January, 1910. Claimant names a) witnesses: Wil liam R. Davis, of Joseph, Oregon, Ceylon A. Flsk, of imnaha, Oregon, Omar J. Stubblefleld, of Zumwalt, Oregon, Elmer Jw'J, of Enterprise, Oregon. 15c5 F. C. BRAMWELL, Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. United States Land Office at La Grande, Oregon, November 11, 1909. Notice la hereby given that; Clair H. Ford, whose po3tofflee address " Is Zumwalt, Oregon, did, on the 4th day of June, 1909, file In this office Sworn Statement and Application, No. 06G29, to purchase Lot 4, SW& NW14, 8W, Section 3, Township 2 N, Range 47 East, Wil lamette Meridian, and the timber thereon, under the provisions of the act of June 3, 1878, and acts amend' atory, known a3 the "Timber and Stone Law," at such value as might be fixed by appraisement, and that, pursuant to such application, the land, and timber thereon 'have been appraised, the timber estimated 37500O board feet at $1.00 per M. and the land $80.00; that said applicant will offer final proof in support of his application and sworn statement on the 27th day of January, 1910, before C. M. Lockwood, U. S. Com missloner.at his office, at Enterprise Oregon. Any person is at liberty to protest this purchase before entry, or initi ate a contest at any time before pat- ant issues, by filing a corroborated affidavit in this office, alleging facts which would defeat the entry. 13c F. C. Bramwell, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. United States Land Office at La Grande, Oregon, November 11th, 1909. Notice is hereby given that Mae C. Bowlby, whose postoffice address is Enterprise, Oregon, did, cn the 16th lay of March, 1909, file in this of fice Sworn Statemeut and Applica tion, No. 05969, to purchase the S',4 N'E. SE4 of NW and NB of SW4, Section 7, Township 1 North, Range 45 East, Willamette Meridian, ind the timber thereon, under the provisions of the act of June 3, 1878, and acts amendatory, known as the "Timber and Stone Law," at such value as might be fixed by ap praisement, and that, pursuant to such application, the land and timber thereon have been appraised, the timber estimated 220000 board feet at $1.00 per M and the land $80.00; that said applicant will offer final proof In support of her application and sworn statement on the 27th day of January, 1910, before C. M. Lockwood, U. S. Commissioner, at his office, at Enterprise, Oregon. Any person is at liberty to protst this purchase before entry, or Initi ate a contest at any time before pat ent issues, by filing a corroborated affidavit in this office, alleging facts wnicn would defeat the entry. 13c F. C. Bramwell, Register. . NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior.' U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Oregon. Oct. 11, 1909. Notice Is hereby given that George S. Craig, whose postoffice address is Enterprise," Wallowa County, Ore gon, did on the 2nd day of Febm T. 1909, file in this office Sworn Statement and Application. No 03455 to purchase the SV of SE14. Sec Won 12, Township 2 S., Rang. 43 E., WlllametL Meridian, and the timber thereon, under the provisions Wallowa Cou nty. prise, Oregon. Any person is at liberty to protest this purchase berore entry, or initi ate a contest at any time before pat ent issues, by filing a corroborated affidavit in this office, alleging facU which would defeat the entry. 8cll F. C. BRAMWELL, Register. Legal Advertisements NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. In the County Court of the State . of Oregon for Wallowa County. In the Matter of the Estate of Solomon G. Wood, Deceased. Notice ia hereby given that the un dersigned has fi'.ed with the Clerk of the above named court, his final account and report as administrator of the above named estate and the Judge of the said Court has fixed up on Monday, December 20th, 1909, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., at the County Court House in the City of Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon, as the place for final hearing of said report and account and all objec tions thereto and why said estate should not be closed and settled aa provided by law. JOHN A. WOOD, Administrator. Dated this 19th day of November, 1909. . 6935 IN THE COUNTY COURT of the State of Oregon, for the Coun ty of Wallowa In the matter of the Es.ate and Guardianship of Li.inie Basim. Now at this time this cause came on for hearing upon the application of Carl Whltmore, the duly appointed, qualified and acting guardian of Lin nie Basim, an insane parson, for' on orderi directing the next of kin of said insane perso.1 and all persons Interested in her estate to show cause at the next regular term of this court if any they have, why an order shall not be made for the sale of the following described land be longing to said insane person, to wlt, the Southeast quarter of South west quarter of Section Twonty &ree in Township Two South of Range Forty-Four East of the Wil lamette Meridian, for the purpose of paying the debts of said ward and for hor maintenance, and It appear ing from the verified petition filed that the said Linnie Basim is an In sane person residing in Wallowa County, Oregon, but now temporar ily an inhabitant of Multnomah coun ty, Oregon, and that she is the owner of the above described lands and that Dora Kooch and Lizzie Whit more, both residing In Wallowa Coun ty, Oregon, John" Basim of Phoealx, Oregon, and Judson Basim of Salem, Oregon, are the ne :t of kin of said ward and tho ccly persons interest ed in her e3tate, it is therefore or dered hat the s..ld Linnie Basim, Dora Kooch, -Llzzia Whltmore, John Basim and Jutlson Basim and all others Interested in said estate ap pear before this Court on the 3rd day of January, A. D. 1910. at Two o'clock P. M., at the County Court House In Enterprise. .Wallowa Coun ty, Oregon, and show cause if any they have, why an order shall not be made authorising the said guar dian of tha said Linnie Basim, to sell the above described lands, and ... is further ordered that service of thia order be made by publication of a copy thereof for three consecutive weeks in the Wallowa Chieftain, a newspaper published' weekly at En terprise, Oregon. Witness the Hon. J. B. Olmsted, County Judge of Wallowa County, State of Oregon, with the seal of the County Court of said County hereunto affixed on this 4th day December, A. D. 1909. (SEAL) W. C. BOATMAN, 1&C4 County Clerk.