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Es:iL:;fcJ ir Pubhsaei ever '
Yliurs-ua. pt Tbe Enierprise P7-s.
Uh Es; side Court House
Squire.
Entered ia tte postof?V at Brer
prie. Ore, as sevond-class ma".er
SCTSCRITTION RATES.
One jtr $;. Tfcree mor.ti.
li.ar;ai'lT in Advance.
THLRSDi.Y, JUNE 2, 1910.
An Economical Man. t
A commer.ia'. traveler told of a tnac
who was ridiu? on a train aad pretend-
ed to become U after eoliug a sand- ;
wich. TUe man opened his frsip and
toot out a hot water bag "lie frol a
sympathetic porter." the commercial ,
man continues, "to Ell the water bap
with boi'.ins water, and then he oiened
tip his lunch basket, took out a piece .
of fried steak and warmed It up on the .
water bag. You talk about your liprit ,
housekeeping: Then after he bad J
warmed the steak he cut It all-up wiib ,
a pair of scissors and fed It to himse'.f
with a pair of sugar tonjrs, because he j
would not take a chance with a fork :
going around a curve. But his finish j
was a limit. After he bud eaten the j
steak he unscrewed the stopper of the j
water bag nud poured himself out a
cup of hot coffee. lie h.id the grouuds
in the bag all the time."
Dying jo Order.
Dying to order Is one of the most
acred customs of the American In
dian. Many years ago Standing Elk i
went to Major James McLaughlin, the
author of "My Friend the Indian." and
aid, "Father, my wife will die today,
and she wants a coffin from you."
The major asked blai what the ail
ment was. and he replied: '
"Just nothing but that she heard the !
ghosts calling and must go."
Somebody bad told her. It turned .
out that she was sick, so she bad :
"painted for death." and all her reia-
fives had gathered about to bemoan J
her and Incidentally divide her prop- j
erty as soon as she was dead. There j
was no use in the major's arguing :
about It, so he bad the coffin made.
In many cases those "painted for
death" are actually bullied Into dying,
but Mrs. Standing Elk was still too
vigorous. Finally in despair she car
ried the cefa into the bouse on ner
own sheultUis. aad seTeral years later
the major taw it still stand big on end
in ber beuse. SbelTes had been fitted
into it, and It was doing duty as a cup
board. Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph.
Mississiapi Steemboating.
The steamboat age on the Mississiapl
began about k21 an el flauckhed fr
fifty years. At early m 1 M M a am
ber of steanlMaw ea tire UkwiuHtpi
aad its tributaries is ttiiuste4 at 'J.
aad in lb2 there were 450 rassels.
with a Talue of J2w.0w.0Ciu. But the
goiden era was from 1S4S till the war.
Never did the valley and steamboating
prosper more than then. Th- -Kinds of
bales of cotton were annually shipped '
to southern markets, and the wharfs
of St. Louis and Memphis and Ticks-
burg and other large ports were stack
ed with plies of merchandise and lined i
wlth scores of steamers. Travel Mag
azlne.
Corrected.
It Is the custom of a well known
minister to point his sertnons with
either "dearly beloved brethren" or
"now,, my brothers." One day a lady
One G-ood Point.
Mrs Starreui-liow do yea like the
chicken boup. Mr. Newbord": Mr.
Mewbord Oh er is this chi.ken
soup? Mrs. Slarveia Certainly. Uow
d you like it? Mr. Newbord Well
er it's certainly very tender. Catho
lic Standard and Times.
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at mty ej mi..t cj au....n a: -I .t.m uijcam OI Jaury '
f08 iinnSTOSIsSH - ouve 4 ; NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION-ISO-j
J. iiu) c,- j . r l: Urf mtwr,: LATED TRACT
V,:u:! ,Tr CT-" ir.'-rr. We
tug tr.t pr.cn. Urien si.ej tat '
HilU.-iO ilA.IIJ lilt YCLKJi. V. e
ea..r Bre. lujaaer on ttai uius e. tri;
rpr.Tr. T men r,zz (rn S3 ro i cr
CCtSTE2-ESJiKS. il"""" vil?tlt
Tiinii ot aii t--r.t at X4.
SELF-KEfiLIKG mEtZHSEgLZS
The rmliT rHiil rict at Ihot tire it
tt:: r zonp:c fair tor Hju.mi1x scuit arzrritsii.
NAILS. Tcka or GIum will not let 11m
Bir oou Siac:v thounad pi.ri so id Iah year.
CAer tiro kuadretl lipoma iu xuxa new la ibc
a:mjr that tiieir ur
B?oiKeiriw:-e!niwr.olsan. Thcr
e::a&yluaing.ve-T.d,Jia1;.car:ti:ata!31:!!ewi;h i r-vr.v t -in ' -Cil?''K ' CVC1.' 4F1" it T 1 V R 45
cse". ou;t of moirtT, w:skii oerer j,ero!ns'M Aj1 u4--3z7 s " V oti, bee. -o. 1. 1 K. to
J'..-iu-dwh;.-hclwupria;ipuoaTrjwi-.fiOuta!!f?w. f KoH th fh. fc hTTl,j ' E. V. Ji Serial No. 07301.
i::jrtaea!rtoe.-ape. We ha-rebBnd.-rdsof letters (rotns.i-.iv I 5 thick rnbhr tiwrf i ... . ,
C.iiciomer.a-.srihattjieirurMhaireoriivhTit.-iri til A ""o puuctur.etrip.-H' Any persons claiming adversely
adm.r-tire.taejpaneMti.imR,M:;.;e:r.f sivea to prt-rnt nm eu.tlnc ThU ; sfuiTiaw me u-
by eeri leven oTtiiia. speeulijr pmpend iabrkco fee VS ,.Ji ,!?Vi aVAv'-S i visel to file their claims, or objec-
t id TncTeSuiarprtceoftueetirisi.J 5op-Tpatr.ttt.Jr V V '.rJmLAaIli'mu"t.- , . a
t-..iingpurpcweaTcmajuEea-jei:ac-rtrree;o B "5 KlmiG. tlOtlS, OU Or before the time deSlg-
1 1 ruler oi only H-ia per pair. Ali oraer shippai
- aonot pay a rent on'.H you b.ive examined anil found tn?n urirt-,- .ni.! :
We Til! allow a ma dUeoont Of trT cent l
MmA FI LL I 111 tt'ITU ilRnu .
, ------ . 1 1 .i.i.rui. iue run o? rule in
tilicr m an order a u-.e tiroa may be TCTurned at o K expeuie if fo: anv reaion the are
cot aatulacioryon examtnatira. We are perfcd'i reliable and nontv aent town asaafeu'in a
bank. If you order pair of these tires, you will find that thev Will ruie eaner. run faater
wear better, laat lonsec and look finer tna. .jit tire tou have ever tived or aeen at hit price We
l::iow that you will be ao well pleased t.iat when vmi want a biorcie you will aire ui vour order
Me want you to send nee trial order at once, hence tiiie remarkable lire cSer.
F Yntl NFFD YIHF i5'1 bny nr k,nd 31 ar'T nn"l Tw erjd for a pair of
W UU HtJM i 4CsVO Kedgetiiorn Puncture-Proof tires oo approral and truil at
the vpeoal introauctory price quoted above: or write fvr our bir Tire and foundry Cataioeae tihth
desocibe. and quotes all anaire. and kinda of tires at about half the uml prices.
tin NflT WM tTT ' write us a pot-il today. DO NOT THI.VK Uf KVTVSOm bicrcte
MJf twft 'il or a pair of tires from anyone until you know trie n-waud wonderful
cucra we are making. It only coaia a puwul to learn cverrtuii;s. Wnie u A OH'.
J. L FiZaD CYCLE COMPART, CK!Cf.S0, ILL
3
she akei
"! il';ir Im!'
Tl;..r. -one euil.ra.v tbe o:ler.
-But not in tlie cliurL!" was the In-!
stan reply.
Tha Cruel Reason.
Mrs. Gos: How does it come that :
Mrs- Newrieli luvtt.il vou to tier parry?
1 thought you were enemies. Mrs.
SLar; We are. but she thought I had
uotuiui: tit to wear and wanted to
make Uie feel bad. ,
So Foolish.
"She Is neglecting Uer gmieot bridge
droadfHll.v."
"Why is she doing that?"
"Pome silly excuse. Says the chil
dren need her. I believe."" Pittsburg
Pest.
An Anciant Custom.
"1 wonder if uieu have always com
plained aln'Ui the fo.d their wives pre
pared for them." said one wouiau.
"1 uess sc." replied the other.
"Adm slaried it."' Washington Star.
The New Cook.
Wlfey This pudding is a sample of
the new cook's work. What do yon
think of It? Flub-l'd call It mediocre.
Wifey No. dear; tt's tapioca. Boston
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a masked
Disguised.
Customer I'm going to
ball, and I want soaietblsg that will
cuuiieiei ui.-siui.Ne
Lostumer tenaiuiy. sir. I win give
yoa soi'ibing nice. Pele Mele.
nn,l-r o,,h:
-Wy d.. vjn a'waj-s preach to
!the 7th day of Ju!y. 1910. at this
Married Women Barred. j office, the following -described land:
FOREST GROVE No married! The SE SY Sec. 9, & E
women will hereafter be employed as XVj Sec. 21, T. 1 S., R. 44 E. V.
teachers is the public schools of For- ! M.. Serial No. iKwStO.
est Grove. This is no: because they j Any persons claiming adversely the
have no: done satisfactory work, but above-described land are advised to
tither that t'ae school board has de- j file their claims, or objections, on
cided to employ only unmarried worn- i or before the time designated for
en and widows women who make 3-'e- "c
their own livelihood. j F. C. Bramwell, Register.
j Colon R. Eberhard, Receiver.
Placed Himself.
"I realiy cannot believe you when Tf-ATlOV TSO
yu say that jou are one of my Bock:" ' N0TICE Fon pl BLICATiON-ISO-exclainied
a clervman who was new LATED TRACT,
to his parish. PL'BLIC LAND SALE.
"Oh. yes. I I: 1 be t black sheep"" Department of the Interior,
replied the ne'er do well addressed. t; s Land Office at La Grande, Or
Ludou Answers. j epon Vav 16lh 1910
How Bamboos Biosm. j Notice is hereby given that, as
Eambco p;.ihts are said to have the : directed by the Commissioner of the
peculiarity of booming at exactly the ' General Land Office, under provis-
value time, whetue" iti Luro) or Afri
ca, the difference in climate and sur- ;
roundini-s st-eininj: to maKe no change
in the plant billeting into flower. They '
blossom rarely. lvi as they die immedi
ately afterward this cannot be de- i
aier4. Tv ili.t in kaid to be ex-
aeeatar sraeefui aiid is easily culli- !
tskJ.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISO
LATED TRACT.
PUBLIC LAND SALE.
D-'partment of the Interior.
t
U. S
Land Office at La Grande,
on. ,iav 23.1, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that
as
rectf-il bv the Comniissiinnpr nf thft
Genera! Land Office, under provis-
j ions of Ac: of Congress approved
;Jur.e 27, 19oe i04 Stats., 517), we
! w;U offer a, public sale, to the high-
est bidder, a: 10 o'clock A. M., on
' the 14th day of July. lulo. at this of
fice, the following-described land:
The S3' SWV Sec. IS. T. 1 S.,
; R. 4". E? V. M.. Serial No. 0C779.
above-described land are advised to
file their claims, or objections, on
or before the time designated for
ale. 41c5
F. C. Bramwell, Register.
Colon R. Eberhard, Receiver.
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United States Laod Notices
'NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISO
mM toe beaming ! LATED TRACT
PUBLIC LAND SALE.
. i
L". S. Land Offioe at La Grande. Or
egon. Jlav 7Ji. 1910.
Notice is herbv given that, as
directed by the Commissioner of the
'Genera! Land Office, under provis
' ions of Act of Congress approved
Juie 27. l:0o (34 Stars.. 5171. we
will offer at public sale, to the high
! es: bidder, at 10 o'clock a. ni., on
:he 7:h dr.y of July. 1910. at this
office, the fo'.loa-ing-de-scrlbed land:
1 The S'- XWVi Sec. 10. T. 1 6..
R. 44 E.". M., Serial No. 0791.
Any persor.s claiming adversely the
.above-described laud are advised to
file their claims, or objections, on
: or before the time designated for
st-le. 3Sco
i F. C. Bramwell. Register,
i Colon R. Eterhard. Receiver.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISO
LATED TRACT.
PUUL1C LAND SALE.
Department of the interior.
I". S. Land Office at La Grande, Or
egon. May 7th. 1910.
Notice Is hereby given that, as
directed by the Commiiss-kMier of the
General Lend Office, under provis
ions of Act of Congress approved
ijuiie 7
llU6 (34 Stats., 517), we
widl offer at public sale, to the high
est bidder, at 10 o'clock a. m., on
ions of Act of Congress approved
Jaae 27. 1SRH5 (34 Staus., 517), we
will offer at public sale to the high
est bidder, at 10 o'clock A. M., on
the Sth day of July, 1910. at this of
fice, the following -described land:
The NU'V SE and the NE"4 SV
-i Section 29, T. 1 S, R. 44 E. W.
-!.. Serial No. 0C756.
Any persons claiming adversely
the above-described land are ad
vised to file their claims, or objec
j tiotis, on, or before the time desig-Or-
i nated for sale. 39c5
F. C. Bramwell, Register.
Colon R. Eberhard, Receiver.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
-ISO
LATED TRACT.
PUBLIC LAND SALE.
Department of the interior.
U. S. Land Offi e at La Grande, Or
egon, .May 13 th. 1310.
Notice is hereby given that, as
directed by the Commissioner of the
i General Land Office, under provis-
of Act of Congress approved
June 27, 1906 (34 Stats., 517), we
; will offer at public sale to the high
i est bidder, p-. 10 o'clo:k A. J!., on
j the Sth day of July, 1910, at thisi of
: fice, the following-described land:
i The SWU SE1 Sec. 2. and the
NYV See 34, T. 1 S., R. 45 E.
, V. M. Serial No. 0149S.
L i Any persons claiming adversely
! vised to file their claims, or objec
i'ions, on or before the time desig-
tU ted for 8aie. 39c5
F. C. Bramwell. Register.
Colon R. Eberhard, Receiver.
PUBLIC LAND SALE.
Department of the Interior.
' S Ijjnd flffiie nt Tji (;r-Anile Or-
egon. May 14th, 1910.
isoiK-e is nereDy given mat, as
direcled by the Commissioner of the
General Land Office, under provis-
j ions of Act of Congress approved
-I'Df Zt, 1906 (34 stats., oi.), we
-'. offer at public sale to the high
t bidder, at 10 o'clock A. M-. on
j it.t 12th day of July, 1910. at this of-
! fice, the followinglescribed land:
The SEW KWt. Ei SW14 &
Any person claiming
... . .. . . , .,
nated for sale. 3!tc5
F. C. Bramwell, Register.
Colon R. Eberhard. Receiver.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISO
LATED TRACT.
PUBLIC LAND SALE.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Ore
egon, Slay 12th, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that, as
directed by the Commissioner of the
General Lend Office, under provis
ions of Act of Congress approved
June 27. 1H6 (34 Stats.. 517), we
wili offer at public sale to the high
fit', bidder, at 10 o'clock A. M., on
(he Kb. day of July, 1910. at' this of
fice, the foUowing-dettoribed land:
The SWVi SE & SE4 SW4
Sec. It. T. 1 S.. R. 45 E. W. M. Se
rial No. 06780.
Any persons claiming adversely
the above-described land are ad
vised to file their claims, or objec
tions, on or before the time desig
nated for sale. 39co
F.C . Brtmwel!. Register.
Colon R. Eberhard, Receiver.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISO
LATED TRACT.
PUBLIC LAND SALE.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Or
egon. Jlay 12th, 1910.
Notice Is hereby given that, as
directed by the Commissioner of the
tieneral Land Office, under provis
ions of Act of Congress approved
June 27. H"0 (34 Stats., 517). we i
nill offer at public sale, to the high- j
est bidder, at 10 o'clock A. M.. on
he 8th day of July. 1910, at this of
fice, the following-described land:
The NE4 NEHi Sec. 25, T. 1 S.,
R. 44 E. W. M.. Serial No. 06794.
Any persons claiming adversely
the above-described land are ad
vised to file their claims, or objec
tions, on or before the time desig
nated for sale. 3c5
F. C. Bramwell, Register.
Colon R. Eberhard, Receiver.
Legal A drertjsemcnts
SUMMONS.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Wallowa County.
James E. Nobles, Plaintiff,
vs.
Earl L. Martin and E. E. Champlin,
Defendants.
To the Defendan'-e, Earl L. Martin
and E. E. Champlin:
In the name of the State of Orgeon:
You and each of you are hereby
required to appear and answer the
complaint filed against you to the
above entitled court and cause oni or
before the 3uth day of July, 1810,
that being the time fised by the
court for you to appear and answer
herein and more than six weeks from
.he date of the fire; publication of
this summons, and if you fail so to
appear and answer, plaintiff will ap
ply to the court for the relief de
manded in the complaint, to-wit:
For a judgment and decree that
-he plaintiff have and recover of and
irom said defendant. Earl L. Mar
tin, the sum of Two Thousand six
hundred and four & 75-100 Dollars,
(2i504.75l, with interest thereoa from
h:s date until paid at the rate of ten
:er cent per annum, and for the sum
f Two IlundreJ Dollars ($200.00)
attorney's fees, and for the costs and
disbursements of this suit, and for a
decree that the plaintiff's said mort
gage described in the complaint be
fo.c-.-jcd, and the premises descrlb
ed therein ' e sold by the sheriff of
.Vallowa County, Oregon; and that
plaintiff may have judgment and exe
cution against said defendant. Earl
L. Martin, for any deficiency which
nay remain after applying the pro
eeds of the sale of the premises
described In the cpmplaint, and that
-aid plaintiff may become a purchas
er at said sale, and that said sheriff
:uay put said purchaser inio the pos--iision
of said premises described in
said complaint, and that you and
each of you be Torever barred and
i"orever foreclosed of any right, title,
:'.aim or intere.it, or equity of re
lemption in and to the following
escribed premises situated and be
ig in the County of Wallowa, State
if Orgeop, to-wit: The South, half
3f the Southwest quarter of
Section Twenty six (26), and the
'.Ves-t half ot the Northwest quarter
jf Section Thirty -five (35). in Town
ship Two North of Range Forty four
M4), E. V. .M. in Wallowa County,
Dregon.
This summons is published once a
week for 6ix successive and consecu
ive weeks by order of the Hoa. J.
U. Olmsted, judge of the County
'-'ourt of Wallowa County, Oregon,
A'hich said order is dated May 26th,
1910, directing the first publication
o be made on the 2Suh day of
lay, 1910, and the last publication
in the 9th day of July, 1910.
First publication May 2Sih, 1910.
THOS. M. DILL,
113s7 Attorney for Plaintiff.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given, that the
undersigned has been duly appoint
ed by the County Court of Wallowa
Coiin'y. Oregon, administrator of the
Estate of Emeline Akin, deceased,
and has qualified as such admin
istrator. All parties having claims
against said estate are hereby no
tified to present them duly verified
to the undersigned, at the office of '
Burleigh & Boyd, Enterprise, Ore
gon, within six months from the
date of the first publication of thi
notice. May 26th, 1910.
0co C. A. RAT,
Administrator of the Estate of Eme
liae Akin, De-eased.
J. D. WALCK
Real Estate Dealer
NOTARY PUBLIC
Mitchell Hotel Block JOSEFH. OHEGON
MAIL AND PASSENGER
STAGE LINE
Wallowa. Appleton. Flora lo Paradise,
MONDAYS WEDNESDAYS and Fill DAYS; and
Frosi Paradise, Flora and Appleton to Wallowa,
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS
Good accommodations, courteous treatment and reasonable rates.
Leaves Wallowa at 6 a. m.
E. W. SOUTHWICK, Proprietor.
PROVE IT
FOR YOURSELF!
C. Hundreds of people in this town are
about ready to purchase a talking
machine.
L Buy in the daylight! Make compar
isons! Remember that there are "talk
ing machines" and "phonographs," but
only one Graphophone the
COILUMBIA
GRAPHOPHONE
C Be sure to get in touch with us before
you buy. Complete Graphophone out
fits from $20 up. Come in and listen.
Most people prefer to
buy "on time" and that
suits us. Terms are Easy I
fife
We Do High-Class
We guarantee satisfaction
A Splendid Overall
for every use.
Cut generous
ly full. Two
hip pockets.
Ftlled seams.
Continuous
fly.
In S rial Mm
KL'RPKY, 6RWI & CO.
LB
Mimiiactiirtn
BURNAUGH & MAYFIELD,
Agents,
ENTERPRISE, OREGGX.
Job Printing Try Us

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