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Established In J4. PublbheJ every 'ltiursdav by The Enterprise Prsis. Office East side Court liou.se Square. Entered In the poto.'fiee at Enter prise, Ore, as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year J 1.50 Thr'ie mouths 3'c Invariably in Advance. THURSDAY, MARCH 10. 1910. City and Count v Brief News Item; Bicycle Headquarters. Any star.i!an. make at Rodgers Bros.' :L2 Mrs. F. A. Reavis returned Fniu from Imnaha. H. E. Driver of Wallow had bus iness at ihe court house, Monday. Fred W'omack of Lostine cart1; tip Thursday for a siiort vUit with friends. F. I. Vergere returned h.raie. Mon day nigh: from an extended stay in Portland. Mis3 MargE,-er Mcvor rfursed home Thursday from a v-s:l of sev eral weel:3 ,wi:h frieccU in Lostine. A big job lot of Wall Papers from 20c to the "oc grade now at l''c per double roll a: the E. M. & M. Co. store. Mus Eula Forsythe, who went, to La Grande to consul an optotne tiricist, was among thoo detained by the blockade. R'. L. Day has bought the Uiter ec ot L. W.' Riiey in the livery barn and all sale horses, involving a consideration of about S32"". Dt. F. E. Moore, osteopath, has office hours all day Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday in Enterprise. Of fice over tie bank. SSbtf It will soon be time for pur'.haaitg Spring requirements ia farm Imple ments. The E. 51. & M. Co. have a complete line at reasonable prices. See S. K . Clark, be.'ore buying water pipe and fittings and all piumi. log Material. He will save money ot your Mis. Phone blue 7. 64Dtf. Gas Price is reported as slightly improved. He has been confined to hie home since the firs;: of the year. He expects to go to Hot Lake in a day or so. Rev E. F. Zimmerman, field sec retary of the Oregon Acti-Saioor. league, will give a free stereoptkoi: lecture at the 31. E. church, next Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock. Ev erybody invited. Mr. and Xrs. Wm. Blanc-hard, parents of Landlord Blanchard, of the Hotel Enterprise, went to Im :. 'i aenfla; tu their daugh ter. Mrs. R. McBride, aad their sori3. Frank and Jesse. The next meeting of tie V.". C. T. V. will be held next Friday after noon, March 11, at the M. E. par sonage. A full attendance cf the members Is requested, and all who are interested are cordially invited. L. Couch, the well known real es tate dealer at Wallowa, is laid up with a broken le. He cleaned the aaow off the roof of hU barn re cently, and in Jumping to the ground fell and fractured his right l?g near the ankle. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilson go to Joseph Thursday to stay a few months with thtir son Hush and assist him on hli dairy ranch. Miss Mabel Wilson has been in Joseph iifveral -weeks cle.king in the F. C. & C. store. Miss Victoria Haa.? writes to friends in this city of the pleasures of picking oranges and violets at Woodland, California. Her letter dated February 26 says It is almost too warm for comfort. Violets, nar cissus and almond trees are all in bloom and for a change from kill ing time picking oranges and pom elos, which are much nicer picked fresh from the trees, they fight moequltoe. NEW SCHOOL DISTRICT. The District Boundary board met Saturday, and granted the petition for a new school district. No. 73, from the north part of district No. 9, in the Divide country. Ttu new dtetrict is 5 by 12 miles In extent, whUe the old one is still 7 miles wide and 12 miles long. AIS'IS'OUIVCEM HINT We wish to thank our patrons for the business during the past year and beg to state that we are in the same old stand with a larger and more up-to-date stock of Watches and Jewelry than ever before, and will be pleased to attend to your every need in that line. All Work Guaranteed. Your Patronage Solicited Martin Larsen & Co. Jewelers Successors to Larsen & Carpenter Eas-er Post Cards at Jackson & Weaver's. See the E. M. & M. Co. for Rye, Alfalfa or Timcthy Seed. Bicycles 1910 Models. Every stand ard make. Prices lower than ever. Rodgers Bros". County Fruit Inspector Ford G. Po.ier is up from Wallowa attead :::g to business matters. Gft your Sprir.g Tock-s at Jack- j snn & Weavers. They have every thing in that line. Use Enterprise Flour and patron ize home industry. At $5.00 per barrel. It costs you less and there is none better. Every sack guar anteed satisfactory or money back. The La '.i?s AM society of the M. , church, will have a beautiful line I if Eiis er Po-sc Cards on sale Pat jrday at E. M. & M. Co. and R. S. i Z. stores. G. H. Vest wi-shes to wam eques r:m:s from rding on the sidewalk .t hL:. pr"jer'y as some have been i v.rts since the hi?h water. If it Is r.tir.ued the law will be enforced. Fred S. Ashley has sold his inter 's; in the hardware store at Lostine 0 J. v.". Erisht and he firm of Bue 1 LriLt will conduct the business mder the name of the Lostine Hard ware company. W. H. Robins came down from TS";;h Thursday on a business trip. Ir. Robins cnl family returned to 0- epu last week, having left there ait November for an extended visit n :ta Erjst. , Wallowa Valley chapter, O. E. S., held en interesting session Satur iay ni-sht, at which time Mrs. J. L. ' Browning and daughter. Miss Edna canie members of the order. A delicious supper, in charge of Mrs. V. c. Boatman, was an enjoyable eature. 1 A fi-.revell reception was given it the Presbyterian church Monday ?venir.g in hokor of J. S. Kay and i'ltily, who have been valued mem Tj o this congregation, and are :ow removing to Wallowa. A short mproicptu program was given, with pr"ches testifying to the help Mr. lay has beea o the church and Sun- I lay school, and showing the true regret which marks his departure. 1- frejments were served. L'laine Davu writes from Sehoff :ier's Comers, Pa: "You have an n"rest:itg parer end I would be out it sor's if I could not enjoy the eailir.g of Wallowa work once a vc-ek. Pe::r.sy!vania has been fav red this winter with one of her old ime winters, the snowfall here .mounting to 10 feet.' Mr. Davis "T.iis considerable land in Wallowa om-y and formerly conducted a .tore hr, leaving here about four ;irs aso. An Oyster Supper. ; (From Fiora Journal.) About SO friends of Mias Nettie , Brock gathered at the home of Mr. .nd -Mrs. J. M. Conley, lest Friday vei:ir.e, for the purpose of giving ler a ft-:et-:i party. Miss Erock iU be in invited by .Mrs. Conley to : j.r.a s -!''.-- .n them. Not long tfter supper ;ha invited guests be gan to arrive and she seemed to be ' .ry much surprised that so many 'is.pperK.-d to call at the same time l'ie did. Games, music and conversation filled up the evening and an oyster supper was served. It was not until the wee small hours of the mo-ning that the guests ook tiifeir departure for theiT sev ral hom.-s. An enjoyable time is reported by all who were present. Miss Brock, who taught the prU , n:a.-y department of our school for j the past six months, started for ; her home in. Enterprise Tuesday morning. She will teach another term of school In this district be ginning April 11th. R. C. GOODMAN NEW AGENT AT LOSTINE (Continued from First page.) W. C. Fleener is again able to be around town after being laid up sev eral weeks with a broken leg and other injuries. The High Schools pupllu are plan ning to give a play soon. Ite title ie Borderland. Reporter. D. C. ERICHOUX TAKES CHARGE OF SAVOY HOTEL (From La Grande Observer.) A deal was consummated today which transfers the ownership of the Savoy Hotel equipment and . lease of the building on Jefferson and Elm from Adna B. Rogers to David c. Brichoux. The new and popular hostelry will be managed by Mr. Brichoux from now on, Mr. Rog ers retiring from the management immediately. The Savoy has enjoyed a prosper ous run since I's opening a few months ago and the new manage ment will aim to keep the establish ment on che same popular basis. Mr.. Brichoux will continue his land office in the Foley building as usual. OFFICIAL RECORDS OF COUNTY COURT (Contln-ad from front page.) G. W. Hall, teacher 100 00 Mrs. A. E. Ivanhoe. teacher.. 90 00 Miss May BoUiwetl, teacher 90 00 D. L. McAdams, janitor 25 00 S. K. Clark, repairs on high school 9 00 D. L. McAdams, extra janitor work 1 50 W. J. Funk fc Co.. mds 1 50 Read Fund. J a'-e. road work 25 fi 'i. ': La:n'&i road work .. 12 io General Fund. 3. B. Olmsted, salary couuty Jidge I 66 66 Edgar Marvin, salary county sheriff 166 66 W. C. Boatman, salary coun ty clerk 125 00 B. F. Miller, salary county assessor 100 00 J. C. Conley, salary county superintendent S3 33 W. T. Bell, salary county treasurer 60 00 Chas. G. Bilyeu, salary dep uty clerk 73 00 Chas. Crow, salary deputy sheriff 75 00 E. J. Forsythe, lights 18 00 L. P. Rose, county poor 2i 00 W. C. Wilson, extending tax roll 100 00 Geo. H. Sutherland, plumbing 70 10 do, balance of plumbing 2279 70 5ntrprie Press, printing .. 66 50 Valiowa Chieftain, printing.. 64 65 -i. P. Hnnna. official reporter 20 00 ). W. Pagin, court bailiff.... 6 00 H. C. Cramer, jury bailiff 6 00 J. B. Olmsted, salary county judge 66 66 Edgar Marvin, salary county sheriff 166 66 W. C. Boatman, salary coun ty clerk 125 00 B. F. Miller, salary county assessor 100 00 I. C. Conley, salary county superintendent 83 33 W. T. Bell, salary county treasurer 60 00 Chas. G. Bilyeu, salary dep uty clerk 73 00 Chas. Crow, salary deputy sheritr 75 00 Xdith R. Odie, salary stenog rapher 50 00 Z. J. Eorr-the, lights 18 00 Coleman Printery, printing .. 9 23 Joleman Printery, printing... 7 50 V. C. Wilson, extra help on tax roll 25 00 3dgar Marvin, printing and stamps 55 63 Sdgar Marvin, board of pris oners 67 41 ddgar Marvin, deputy hLe .. -10 00 .V. C. Boatman, stamps 26 00 3. F. Miller, stationery and stamps 1 90 1. T. Anderson, salary county physician 61 20 J. C. Conley, stamps and ex press 7 35 W. A. Davis, reja'.r on chair 1 25 idgar Marvin, expense Heav erne trial 5 55 Wesley Duncan, witness State vs. Heaverne 5 40 J. M. Blakely, witness State vs. Heaverne 6 20 Pete Wilson, witness State vs. Heaverne 16 00 I. A. Wilson, witness State vs. Heaverne 16 00 J. K. Mullln, witness State vs. Heaverne 41 50 C. A. Fink, witness State vs. Heaverne 15 00 j. C. Horner, wKnesa State vs. vs. Heaverne 22 00 Elizabeth Heavrne, wfenesa State vs. "Heaverne ; 60 C. C. Boswell, circuit Juror.. 2 20 Ernest Henderson, circuit juror 2 20 A. H. Young, circuit Juror.. 2 20 A. R. Murray, circuit Juror.. 2 80 W. A. Mos3, circuit Juror .. 2 20 Chas. McAlister, circuit Juror 2 80 W.E.A. Watson, circuit Juror 3 00 Frank A. Reavis, circuit juror 2 20 W. A. Darts, circuit Juror.. 2 20 Ned Marks, circuit Juror.. 2 20 Dave Steele, circuit juror.. 2 20 H. T. Mitchell, circuit Juror 2 20 Sachs & Company Branch Hens af Baker City Hide and Jaaa Co. Wast af la Fnat lara. EalarariM Highest Market Price Paid . for Hides, Pelts, Fur, Junk of ' all kinds, Rubber, Brass and Cast Iron -:- -:- -:- Beginning Feb. 1: 181c per pound for dry beef hides; 15c per pound for dry sheep pelts. Will buy wool -:- -:- -:- C. H. Ogbourn. circuit Juror.. 3 20 Cart Whitmore, circuit juror I 90 F. J. Hambelion, circuit Juror 3 20 J. D. Woocell, circuit Juror.. 4 20 E. P. Humphries, circuit Juror 2 20 J. W. Childers. circuit Juror.. 6 20 B. Mayfie'.d. circuit Juror 6 20 Bert Reynolds, circuit Juror.. 6 20 S. T. Daggett, circuit Juror.. 6 20 Oren Wagner, circuit Juror .. 3 20 George Brock, circuit juror.. 6 20 J. Ellis, circuit Juror 6 70 Wilbur I lorn an. circuit Juror.. 6 50 Bert Erglejon, circuit juror. 6 70 Chas. Thomas, circuit Juror.. 6 20 W. E. Lewbi, circuit Juror .. 12 40 Walker Franklin, circuit Juror 2 20 W. J. Funk : Co, mdse .coun ty poor 24 20 J. W. Eems. board examiners 9 00 S. F. Pate, la'.or 39 00 J. C. Conley, expease, Supt. 13 23 Irwin Hodson Co., stamp.... 1 57 Glass Prudhomme Co, print ing 54 23 Glass Prudhomme Co, print ing 27 73 Glass Frudhomme Co, print ing 6 64 Joseph Herald, printing 2 25 llarl H. Bronson, board exam iners 20 00 Aubrey G. Smith, board examl nera 20 00 C. G. Mwk, boarJ examiners 9 00 Couch & McDonald, rent coun ty poor ir. no Joseph Hera'd 2 00 A. C. Smith, jiw ke fees.. 8 25 Thos. Winston, witness State vs Wilson 11 50 Charles Horner, wln ess Etate va Wilson 1 70 f. M. Blakely, wi ness Sta'e vs. Wilson 1 70 A'ayne Wade, wi.n3ss Sate vs. Wilson 16 30 L'nion County, roun-y poor, W. H. Decker 30 00 Al Emmons, coits supreme court 40 00 County Poor, Stella Doud .. 24 00 County Poor, L. P. Rose 24 (XI Charles Hug, expense Wilson case 4 00 3. R. Haworth, payment on court house 500 00 Court adjourned until Saturday, March 5. Second Judicial Day. Saturday, March 5, 1910. 'n the matter of cancelling war rants : County treasurer presents war rants to be cancelled, and after the court fully examining the same. It is considered and ordered that the following classes and amounts be cancelled to-wlt: No. 133 General fund ....$10,127 6S N'o. 133 County school fund 237 00 No. 134 Road fund 1.351 13 N'o. 135 High school fund 1,459 71 So. 136 Scalp bojnty fund.. 614 00 OSTEOPATHY IN LA GRIPPE. Osteopathlcally viewed, la grippe presents this condition: Inflamma tion in the posterior layer or deep spinal muscles which in severe cases leads to the formation of slight ad hesions and cicatricial or scar tissue, which in turn necessarily put pres sure upon the nerves passing out of .he spinal cord in and through the jffected area, thus causing dearth ot nervous energy, weakness and dis sase in the organs controlled by such nerves. And no amount of treatment administered upon symp tomatic effects merely, in such cases, can be productive of permanent re sults. Osteopathy seeks and removes .he cause, and so the dreaded after effectp are avoided. Right Way. SHERIFF'S 8ALE OF REAL PROP ERTY. Notice Is hereby given. That by virtue of an execution duly Issued out of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Wal lowa, end to me directed on the 1st day of March, 1910, upon a judgment and decree of foreclosure, duly ren dered, entered of record and docket ed in and by said Court ou the 21th day of February, 1910, in a certain suit thea in said Court pending, wherein Schuyler C. Himelwright was plaintiff and Albert W. Hodgin and Sarah Vice Hodgin vere de fendants, in favor of plaintiff and against said defendants, by which execution I am commanded to sell the property In said execution and hereinafter described to pay the sum due the plaintiff of Eighteen Hundred and Forty-three and 85-100 Dollars, with interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the 24th day of February, 1910, until paid, and the further sum of 1150.00 as plaintiff's attorney's fees, together with the costs and disbursements of said suit taxed at $50.80, and cos Lb and expenses of said execu tion, I will on Saturday, the !)th day of April, 1910, at the hour of len o'clock A. M. of said day at the front door of the County Court House ia Enterprise, Wallowa Coun ty, Oregon, sell at public auction i to the highest bidder for cash in band on the day ot sale, all the j right, title, Interest and estate which said defendants, Albert W. Hodgin .and Sarah Visa Hodgin, or either 'of themi and all persons claiming under them subsequent to the 12th Colonist Rates . 2 OREGON . Great Northwest 9 People of Oregon Fares Can Be Prepaid At home if desired. Any agent of the road is authorized to receive the required deposit and telegraph ticket to any point in the East Remember the Rates From Chicago, $33; from St. Louis, $32; from Omaha and Kansas City, . $25. This reduction is proportionate from all other cities. WM, MCKURRAY General Fassenger Agent Portland, Oregon All New and Modern Throughout FINEST ROOMS IN THE CITY Rates 50c to $1.50 THE SAVOY Cor. Jefferson Ave. and Elm St LaGrande, Oregon D. C. BRICHOUX, PROPRIETOR Hot and Cold Water, Steam Heat and Electric Lights in Every Room. Get the Habit Spring and The Leading Clothier of the County New Spring Samples Now on Display Fit, Quality and Price Guaranteed C. H. ZURCHER day of December. 1907, had, since acquired, or now have, In, of and lo said real property hereinbefore men tioned, described In sold execution as follows, to-wlt: The SV of the SHVi of Section 28, the NB of the SE'4 of Sec tion 22, the W of the SW of Section 23, the NW of Sec tion 26, the of the NEVi and EV4 of the SE14 of Section 27, the SW14 of the NEVi and the NEK of NW4. of Section 27, and the SW4 of the SE and the SB 14 of the- SW'Vi of Section 22, all ia Tqwnhtp Two(2) South, of Range Forty-eight (48). East, W. M, in Wallowa county, Oregon. 'Said sale being made subject to redemption la -the manner provided by law. Dated this 1st day of March, 1910 2Sc6 EDGAR MARVIN Sheriff ot Wallowa County, Oregon The management of the Oregon Rail road & Navigation Co. takes great pleasure in announcing that the low rates from Eastern cities, which have done so much in past seasons to stim ulate travel to and settlement in Ore gon, will prevail again this Spring DAILY from March 1 to April 15, inclusive. The railroads have done their part: now it's up to you. The colonist rate is the greatest of all home-builders. Do all you can to let Eastern people know about it, and encourage them to come here, where land is cheap and home-building easy and attractive. of Buying Your Summer Suits OF NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. -United Slates Land Office at La Grande, Oiegoa. February 26th, 1910. Ne is he:e!y given that Fred Zumwalt, of Zumwalt 0regoni a May 2ith, 1903, made Homestead . 12331. Serial, No. 039C9, for and N.b SB. Section 29, 12 ? 2 Nrth- Ral East oiintu,. to make Final year above annuel. be;0ie C. M. Lock- xtZ' Staei cm!siner. ' , ua? or April, 1910. imant names as witnesses Omor SU,bblef:e,;1. of Znmwalt, Or! Horooe DaIe, of Zumwalt, Oregon. - P. C. BRAMWDLL Register.