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Mid StatesJLaud Notices
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
United Statej Land Office t lA
Grande. Oregon. December 14. 199-
Notice is hereby given that Daisy
C. Yandell. of liiterprise. Oregon,
who, on October 21. 1 niaue
Homestead Entry No. 13j33. serial.
No. 00132, Jor S, SE Sec. 20, and
SVi' Stt, SecUon 21. Township 1
Souti. Range 44 East. Willamette
Meridian, hai filed no:K-e of Inten
tion to make Final CommutaUon
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above dedorlbe.l, before C. M. Lock
wood, V. S. Commissioner, at his of
fice, at Enterprise. Oregon, on the
9:h day of February, 1310.
Claimant namei as wluieises:
James W. Bright, of Los ine, Ore
gon; Sam Pace of Enterprise. Ore
gon; Sam Cotter, of Enterprise. Or
egon; Charles Thomau, of Enter
prise, Oregon.
ISco F. C. Bramwell, Register..
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
Vnited States Land Office, at La
Grande, Oregon, December 14, 1909.
Notice Is herebv given that Mel-
viaa Ward, widow of Calvin C. Ward.
Deceased, at Enterprise, Oregon
Alio on November lSth, 1904. made
.!).:::: IjiT; No. 13930, serial,
v. jiO. for SW'U SEU. SL. SV
... . i; -ail SE 4 SE'i. Section
IS
. .s iii. 2 So.ith. Range 41 Bast.
i..ame.te :e:Mi-ifl. has filed notice
. i ue:r-ion to make Final five yaT
1'roo.f. to establish claim to the land
Jwe described, before C. M. Lock-
w-jod U S Commissioner, at his
ffice. a: Enterprise, Oregon, on the
U:h dav of February, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses: W
il-
liam H. Brock, Daniel D. Brock, Her
man Runstadtler, Virgin Ownbey, all
y Enterprise. Oregon.
1Sc5 F C. Bramwell, Register
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
United States Land Office at La
Grande, Oregon. December 14, 1909.
Notice U hereby given that Wil
liam J. Hammack. of Enterprise,
Oregon, who, on January 12th, 1903,
made Homestead Entry No. 14033,
serial No. 04320, for NEVi, SecUon
IS Township 2 South, Range 44
East, Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make Fmai
five-year Proof, to establish claim
o the la-id above described, before
C. M. Lockwood, IT S. Commission
er, at hU office, at Enterprise, Ore
gon, on the 10th day of February,
1910.
Claimant nam3 a3 witnesses;
George brock, Theodore Wood, New
ton E. Hammack, Abraham H. Sas
sar, all of Enterprise, Oregon.
lSci . F. C. Bramwell, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
United States Land Office at La
Grande, Oregon, November 11, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that Clair
H. Ford, whose postoffice address Is
Zumwalt, Oregon, did, on the 4th day
of June. 1909, file In this office
Sworn Statement and Application,
No. 08629, to purchase Lot 4.
SW& NW, SWVi, 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 as 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
375000 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
missioner.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
ent 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 le
Enterprise, Oregon, did, n the 16th
day of March. 1909, file in this of
fice Sworn Statement and Applica
tion, No. 05969, to purchase the SV4
NEtf, SEVi of NW and NE& of
8WV4, Section 7, Township 1 North,
Range 45 East, Willamette Meridian,
and the timber thereon, under the
provisions of the act of June 3,
1878, and acta 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
Umber estimated 220000 board feet
at $1.00 per II and the Jand $80.00;
that said applicant will offer final
proof in support of her aPPllcaUon
anu sworn statement oa the 27th
'day of January. 1310, before C. M.
! Lockwood, V. S. Commissioner, at
hia 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
ent Issues, by filing a corroborated
affidavit lu this office, alleging facts
which would defeit the entry.
13c F. C. Bramwell, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
United Sta-es Land Office at Ml
Grande. Oregon, December 14, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that Abra
ham H. Sasser, of Enterprise, Or
egon, who. on December 23, 190 4.
made Homestead Entry No. 14017.
serial No. 04317, lor SEv; NEVi. E
i SE Vt Se. 6. SWVi NW'Vi. SWhi,
SWVi, Section 5, Township 1 South.
Range 45 East, Willamette Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make
Final five-year Proof to establish
claim to the land above described,
before C. M. Lockwood. U. S. Com
missioner, at his of fice, at Enterprise,
Oregon, on the 10th day of Febru
ary, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Newton E. Hammack, Carl Keeler,
ateve Hodge, Nell Baker, all of En
erprlse, Oregon,
1Sc3 F. C. Bramwell, Register.
KSTORATION TO KXTRV OF
l-and-i li National Forest. Notice
s hereby Riven that the lands described
.elovv. embracing U;.3: acres, within tlu
.Vallowa National Forest, Oregon, will be
subject to settlement and entry under
.he provisions of the homestead laws o:
he United Stales and the act of June
11. 190S (31 Stat., 2Z2), at the United
Hates land office at l.a Grande. Ore
;on, on February 26, 1H10. Any settler
vho was actually and In good faith
laimlns any of sail lands for agricul
tural purposes prior to January 1, 1500,
ind has not abandoned same, has a
preference rlaht to make a homestead
intry for the lands actually occupied,
-aid lands were l.sted upon the applica
tions of the persons mentioned below,
.vlio have a preference rlijht subject
to the prior right of any such settler,
provided such settler or applicant Is
;ualified to make homestead entry and
the preference rl.-ht is exer ised prior
to February W. on which date the
lands will be subject to settlement and
;ntry by any qualified person. The
lands embrace a t:at of 93.1 acres,
tvnich when surveyed will probably be
.vlthln Sec. 15. T. 5 X., It. 46 E., W.
M., bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at the F. S. St., a basalt
.llff on the west side of Basin Creek
jpposite the mouth of Rush Creek,
tour chains from the edse of the water,
ipproximately the corner common to
-ecs. 9, 10, 13 and 16. T. 5 N., R. 4 ;
E., thence S., 85 chains; tlienc E., 8.7
iialns; thence X. 9 des. 43 mln. E.,
i chains; thence W., 19 90 chains, to
:orner Xo. 1, listed upon the applica
tion of M. E. Hotchkiss of Enter
rise, Oregon; List 6-U3. A tract of
U6.25 acres, probably within Sec. 23, T.
i S., R. 43 E. , bounded and described
as follows: Beginning at the F. S. M.,
i prominent rock in the XV corner of
UcGraw Basin, 67.5 chains north and
5 chains west of approximate corner to
-ecs. 23, 24, 23 and 26, T. 5 S., R. 4
thence S., 30 chains; thence S. 43
leg. E., 21.21 chains; thence N. 23
chains; thence S. 66 des. 20 mln. E.,
13.60 chains; thence X. 17.50 chnins;
thence X. 51 de?. 20 min. W., 32.
.hains; thence W. 30. chains to Cor
ler Xo. 1, application of Luther II. Per
iins of llomesteal, Oregon; List 6-211.
V tract of 108 a?res, probably within
!ec. 17. T. 5 X., R. 47 E., bounded and
lescrlbed as follows: Beginning at cor
ler 1 (from corner 2 the SV end of
he roof of the house bears X. 66 des.
10 min. E., 31.8 chains) thence X. 81
leg. 30 min. W., 14.45 chains; thence
V. IS des. 20 mln. E., 10.21 chains,
thence X. 53 des. 10 min. E.. sr.. rhAins-
thence S. 88 de.T. 30 mln. E., 25.60
nains; thence S., 3 deg. E., 12.61
-hains; thence S. 66 deg. 30 mln. W.
16-80 chains to the place of beginning'
tpplicatlon of Gua ave oiilm nr
eph. Oregon; List 6-213. A tract of
u acres, probably within Sec. 3, T. 2
R. 50 E.. Uounled and described
is follows: Beginning at a point 80
hains south and 20 chains wet or
the northwet corner of Section 2, T.
i X., R. 50 E., extending thence" X.
10 chains; thence W., 10 chains; thence
10 chains; thence W.. 10 chains:
Lhence S., 30 chains; thence E 20
chains to the place of beginning Oth.r
wise described as what will probably
be when surveyed the E(4 of XWi; of
iE"4, the SV4 of XWi of SE14 and
the SWVi of SE'4. Sec 3. Application
if William Campbell of White Bird. Id-
iho;. List 6-231. Fred Dennett, Com
missioner of the General Land Office.
Approved December t, 1909, Frank
Pierce, First Assistant Secretary of the
interior, 17c4
Elgin Recorder: M. E. Hotchklse
tnd daughters were out from Enter
prise to spend the holidays wiUi El-
5in relatives and friends. Marve was
i former weM known Elgin resident
wid always enjoys a vtslit In bia old
tome. This winter he and his part
ner are feeding 11,000 hc-ad of sheep
near Bly, Wash.
STATE OF OREGON
Department of Public Instruction.
Salem
Information Concerning Eighth Grade
Final Examinations.
1. DATES:
Three 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 OF QUESTIONS:
(a) Arlthme-!.: Practical Arith
metic Smith.
manship as indicated In copied
matter and fram manuscript in
Language.
(b) Civil Government, United
States Constitution.
(c) Geography State Course of
Study; Redway and Himn&n's
Natural School Geography.
d) History Uu of topics from
History Outline in State Course
of Stu 'j and Current Events,
(e) Grammar Buehler's Modern
English Grammar, no diagram
ming. (O Phyt.'ology Graded Lessons
in Physiology and Hygene
Krohn.
(g) Reading The teacher will
nd to the County Superinten
dent the applicant's class stand
ing in reading, which shall be
taken by auch superintendent as
the applicant's standing on the
subject.
(h) Spelling Reeds Word Les
sons. (1) Wilting Specimens of pen
Resrectfully submitted,
J. H. ACKEUMAN,
1S4 Rupt. Public Instruction.
Notice of Eighth Grade Examirva
tions.
Enterprise, Oregon, Dec. 6, 1903.
The first two examinations for
Eighth Grade classes 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 ages of applicants
thirty days before date selected.
Respectfully,
J. C. CONLET,
IflcS Bupt. of Schools.
Simple Remedy for LaGrippe
LagTippe coughs are dangerous, as
they frequently develop into pneu
monia.. Foley's Honey and Tar not
only Btops the cojgh, but heals and
strengthens the lungs so that no se
rious results need be feared. The
genuine Foley's Honey and Tar con
tains no harmful drugs and is in a
yellow package Burnau.gh & May
field. Not Able to Judge.
"Been abroad, I bear."
"Yep."
"I understand that living Is very
cheap in every country in Europe.
How about It?"
"Can't say. We only hit the high
places." Excbnuge.
A Frightful Wreck
of train, automobile or buggy, may
cause cuts, bruises, abrasdons, sprains,
or wounds that, demand Bucklen's
Arnica Salve earth's greatest heal
er. Quick re'.Ief and prompt cure
results. For burns, bolls, sores of
all kinds, eczema, chapped hands
and lips, sore eyes or corns, it's
supreme. Surest pile cure. 23c at
all drugglsta'.
Financial.
"Money is the root of all evil," nud
grafting doesn't improve the fruit.
Smart Set
Rev. I. W. Williams Testifies.
Rev. I. W. Williams, Huntington,
W. Va., writes us as follows; ''This
la to certify .that I used Foley's Kid
ney Remedy for nervous exhaus
tion and kidney trouble, and am free
to say that Foley's Kidney Remedy
will do all that you claim for It."
Burnaugh & Mayfieid,
Expressed Differently.
He 'Pon my word. I should hardly
have known you, you have altered so
much.
She (archly) For the better or the
worse?
He Why, you could only alter for
the better. Illustrated Bits.
U la a dangerous thing to take
a cough medicine containing opiates
that merely stifle your cough instead
of curing it. Foley's Honey and Tar
loosens and cures .the cough and ex
pels the poisonous germs, thus pre
venting pneumonia and consumption
Refuse substitutes and take onlv the
genuine Foley's Honey and Tar in
the yellow package. Burnaugh &
Mayfield.
Icebergs.
A cubic foot of ice weighs about 030
ounces, but the same volume of sea
water weighs 1.2S0 ounces: heuce Ire
floats on water, and but one-uintb of
the volume of an Iceberg is exposed to
view. There are severHl well authenti
cated liislances of Icebergs u thousand
feet high having been sighted in the
southern ocean, so that this would
give the total height of tbem as about
0.000 feet.
Those Pies of Boyhood.
How deMcijus were the pies of hoy
hoo'l. No pies now ever taste so
good. What's chinged? The pies?
No, i'.-3 you. Yo I've lost iiie strong,
hea'i hy stomach, the vigorous liver,
the active kidneys, the regular bowelf
of boyhood. Your digestion Is poor
and you blame the food. What's
Professional
THOS. M. DILL
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Office first door south of New
"f Fraternal Bldg., Enterprise, Ore.
y BURLEIGH & BOYD
j f ATTOKNCVS-AT-LAW
l r Practice in all State Courts and J
Interior Iepiirtment. Careful at- '
j I tent ion to all business.
1 D. W. SHEAHAN '!
i LAWYER ENTERPRISE
Practice in State and Federal ,'.
Courts and Interior Department, j
LODGE DIRECTORY
I 0 0 F E;NTEUPniSE LODGE. No
K1IEI(,lU IiEBEKAH LOPGE, No. 119
Kn ENTERPRISE LODGE, No
. Of H. 4.
U'ANITA TEMPLE, No. 7, Pythian
Slaiern.
MnQflWIP li-'TKi:i'Ul.SE t'HAPTKK
IllHOUlliU No. -M. ltoyal Arch Miisono
meets first and third Tuesdays of each
month in Masonic Hall. . All visiting
ltoyal Arch Masons welcomed.
J. R. OLMSTED, Hitch Priest.
D. W. SHEAHAN, Secretary.
WALLOWA LODGE, No. 82. A. F.
A. M., meets second and fourth Eatur
lays of each month In Masonic Hull
s'lsltlng Masons welcomed
J. A. BURLBIQH, W. M.
W C. BOATMAN', Secretary.
fa III EAGLE CAMP, No. 10497, M
fi.W.A.W. A Meet first and third
Thursdays In each month, In new Fra
ternal halL Visiting Neighbor! alwayi
welcome.
J. W. RODGER3 Conul.
T. M. DILL. Clerk.
VNEHOID CAMP. No. 3542, R N. of A.
iii n i en
II. Ui II. 535. W. of W.
ALMOTA CIRCLE. No. 278. W. of W.
needed? A complete toning up by
Electric Bitters of all organs of diges
tion stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels
Try them. They'll restore your
boyhood appetite and appreciation of
food and fairly saturate your body
with new health, strength and vigor.
50c at all druggU'-s.
Emulate Time.
Time works wonders. By keepln' at
It you may ketch up with time some
day. Boston Herald.
Napoleon's Grit
was of the unconquerable, never-say
die kind, that yoa need most when
you have a bad co'.d, cough or lung
disease. Suppose troches, cough sy
rups, cod liver oil or doctors have
all failed, don't lse heart or hope.
Take Dr. King's New Discovery. Sat
isfaction Is guaranteed when used for
any throat or lung trouble. It has
saved Uioua3nds cf hopeless suffer
ers. It masters stubborn colds, ob
stinate coughs, hemorrhages, la grip,
croup, asthma, hny fever and whoop
ing cough and U the most safe and
certain remedy for all bronchial af
fections. 50c and 1. Trial bo'jtle
free at all druggists.
In Same Fix.
A magazine contributor, bard press
ed by bis creditors, recently wrote to
his editor, "Please send cbeck at once,
as my gas bill is due."
The candid editor replied In this
brief fashion: "So is mine. Heaven
helo us alirExeliuuire.
Work 24 Hours a Day.
The busiest lit tie thinss ever made
are Dr. King's New Life PLlls. Ev
ery pill is a sugar-coated globule of
health, .that changes weakness ir
to strength, languor into energy
brain-fag into mental power: curiae
constipation, headache, chills, dys
pepsia, malaria, 25c at all druggi&ts.
Spurious Mummies.
Spurious mummies ore made in
Prance. Many of these frauds have
been detected by the Roentgen rays.
For Indigestion and all stomach
troubles take Foley's Orino Laxative.
It is the natural remedy for indiges
tion, dyspepsia, heartburn, bad
breath, sick headache, iomid liver
biliousness and habitual constipa
tion. Foley's Orino Laxative sweet
ens the stomach and breath, and
toaes up .the entire alimentary sys
tem. Bumaigh & Jlayfield.
Early Australian Squatters.
Squatters in Australia used to benhln
lo take up crown lauds at a venrlv
reut of a penny lin ncre.
Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure
any caes of kidney and bladder trou
ble that Is not beyond .the reach of
medicine. It invigorates the entire
system and strengthens he kidneys
so they eliminate the impurities from
the bipod. Backache, rheumatism,
kidney and bladder troubles are all
cured by this great medicine. Com
mence taking at once and avoid
Bright's Disease and Diabetes.
Directory of Vallowa County
DR. F. E. MO OH HI
I OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN J
Office over Bank. At Enter-
Z prise except Mon., Wed. and
Frt. at Joseph. Ind. Phones. J
WiWWMWti
On Well Paid Bank Clerk.
"I tell you. buuk clerks are not suf
ficiently remunerated!" exclaimed the
broker quite forcibly.
"Ob. I dou't kuow," said the batik
president, wltb a sad smile. "Our
last receiving teller gut about $20,UU0
a year for six years."
T
J; C. T. HOCKETT. M. D.
I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON j
;; Office upstairs in Bank Build-
. ing. Ind. Home phone In office .
jj and residence. j-
SR-TKr??rj-;js2qt;Tlgsai)giajgIIIZIIIIIB
Hack Calls to
any part of the city
answered day or night.
ENTERPRISE LIVERY
AND HACK BARN
BAKER BROTHERS, Proprietors.
First Class Rigs
and careful drivers.
BEai3MIHBIKBBIUimEXMIDHEIEIKElllIEiail
La Grande Iron Works.
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor.
Foundry and Machine Shop. Casting and Ma
chine Work done on short notice.
WE ALSO MANUFACTURE FEED MILLS
Sawmill break down jobs promptly attended to
GIVE US A TRIAL
MILLIONS OF
I AT LOWEST RATES. ON EASIEST TERMS.
I Wm. Miller & Brother,
SUITE 204, Wallowa National BanK'Building
ENTERPRISE, OREGON
5 L. BERLAND f
5 Dealer in Harness. Saddles, Chapps, Spurs
; and Leather Goods of all descriptions.
v I will fit you out with the best goods for the least 5
; money. When in need of anything in my line, call and E
inspect my stock before purchasing. 2
: ENTERPRISE, .... OREGON g
ENTERPRISE MEAT MARKET
BF81 P MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.
Ug. rombs t Hotchkiss INDEPENDENT
Pelts and Hide proprietor MOKE 20
What Can You Expect?
What can 3-011 expect your business to
amount to without a Telephone? Do you
suppose a customer will lose time running
after you when you can call your compet
itor by 'plione?
Home Independent Telephone Co.
Thra Generation.
"Tbe urandfnther acquired wealth as
a deuler In seal oil und whale blubber.
Tbe son's Kreateat ambition was to
Wuru the business."
"Aud the grandson?"
"He wuuts to forget the business."
Kuusum City Journal.
Read the advertisements.
W. C. KETCHUM
t DENTIST - ENTERPRISE
t i . nr!Hn,i Building. Home
Independeni Phone.
4ii-
E. T. ANDERSON. M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
t Calls attended to day or night.
Home phone. Enterprise. Ore. i
Z DR. C. A. AULT
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Bank Building.
t Home phone both office and!
residence. J
Both Phones
Home Independent 40
Pacific States 45.
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Our bus meets all
trains. Fare 25c.
within city limits
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Pneumonia Follows a Cold.
but never follows the use of Foley's
Honey and Tar. . which stops the
cough, heals th lungs, and expela
the cold from your Bys.tem. Take
at first sign of a cold and avoid a
;u,.s;.ojs H!nes3. Buruaugh & jiay
fild' 4ru stere.

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