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1910 Fri. 3 4 5 12 6 13 7 14 21 28 10111 15 16 22 23 29! 30 171S 24125 31 1 . . 1920 2627 1 Lodge Directory i nn t No i. u u. r.iii I:.MEr.Alr KrIBEKAH LODGE. No. 11 1 n KXTEKPRISE LODGE, ho h. orr. . JVANTTA TEilFLE. No. 1. Py'.his: Sisters. MASONIC ENTEKrKl.SK CKAi'TFjt x JO. Uoyai Arch Masjns WALLOWA LOSCE. Na S3. A. F. A. XI. bi (if i eagle camp. no. im M ; lYI.lT.H.W. A Meets first and Ihtrt Thursdays In each month. In new Ft te-nsl hall, welcome. Vlsitlni Neighbors always CHAS. THOMAS. Consul. JAS. W. RODGERS. Cksrk. ANEKOII CAMP, No. 3542. R N. of A. w.o.w ENT ERTR! ? E CAMP, No A IJIOTA iRCLK. No. r. w. of w. VHE GOOD TOBAOCO SHOP IS mm If You Prcter the Best Brands of Cigars or Smoking Tobacco you can aiwtys fret what you want here. Fine line of PIPES The sr.rre is true of all our Come in and see. PHLNTiSS HOMAN'S Next Door to Bank Enterprise. - - Oregon The Giant Bible. There is iu me Koyai library at Stockholm amnn; other curiosities a manuscript work known as the giant Bible nn accoiiui of its eitruordiuary dimensions It measures 90 centime ters in leo:b and is fu centimeters ifi breadth that is. about Si by 19 la-bes. it requires tbrv men to lift It. There are 3US pages, but seven have been lost The parchment of which the book is composed required the skins of ItiO asses. There are two columns on each page, and the boos contains the Uid and New 'i'estanieuts. with extracts from Josepbus. The initial letters are Illuminated. The binding is of on it. four and one-half centimeters in thickuees. The boos rarrowly escaped destnictiou in the tire in the royal palace of Stockholm Id 16H7. It was saved, but somewoat damaged, by beinc throwo out of a wiudow. Londnu Globe. nacTaia i tats jr .XV. SU3B Vj5 SJ- "rSEf . JPT"??. . - llJ iAs x it-x. tui it k. j.-.t itc r a I: P;TTCT PMfT? 1,1 V tr-Jr. xrr c--.rr u;'--r. V. t J EXTl-lj; 11A1-I.;ji. y :-: -iiCONJJ HA:."!! EI' TLIcv. v."e C??"!TL ICSIfe. in3'! . ttnjur-.nl vMtlkllaMA., tqrOKZi Ci U JiUCtS U iu. St-. jvaaamputi.r;jrl4jja3k -arU m order XAIUJ. Tack or Cia xrW not lt tha m-.r uui. as.v ..iw'-viu pm.rs -?tu 1--SZ year. t - . 5 ciiiiiiT cf ri-L-rr, w..::3 crT:r brcomS L ttiCTiatciTT fLa'as lhat their uxes hTon r ? crtce or i wrce tr. a v ate awturo. T itzrr n OTU.na.-T tire, ta currtare rt.iii .... . " ... uresis S - .'owrrccj z.-rr c: ozi.y -x prr pair. A., otucrs ia:7ptl tp-rtrrul Yoti do oo pay s .tlt on.il yoc h-. - - We will allow a un ilacoont of 5 jy-c ... 110 MS - - w If f HF 1J '.L-Vn!X , " - - - cit-: si u pr--.! ij:t. M:i.r .xz. lMtiitto B4TlrV V'3'l ..B :- -T HIA i ccj-:.if- f :rr3i err. tentt-rT 12 KSDSETHOHH FaMSTOnE-FSQOF .l M ." . ICS 1KG TIZTC A SMPLr PAIR considered at the 21st annual conTen- tl:sHiTllsa liliLtf TO UiJCDD'JCCUULT ftjl. tion of the Oregon Stat Druggists' ii &S!?'?rr!?ri."" ' ? T3Stj.rsi55eaw S1 I sociation. held Ju!j 12 to 15, at the i..ai? ui aa order as tie ts may be r-iaraed a; UlU expeoie if for anrream tE?arS ' elective offices when extradv suuiactorr on nammaans. We are pert ar.iy re liaise arid n-nrr tn: to a l as safe as' in a tion Darters were issued for Jes Rnr tonus. ll too order a pair erf these Ures. ycti wUl tod that theT will rrvie easier, roo faMer . P"Pr were issuea lor Jesse Bur- wear be-.ter. last teaser and Vxk hour t.na aa-r tire tou hate ever xiini or seen at anr price. We ' leson, at the behest Of the stovernor of l.aow lat too wi.l so well pteawl 1: a when no want a b-rc.e too will gire as jour order. . V. want to to send m a trial oraer at once. IvrKe t:.i rctcarabte vri c'Ict. i North Carolina. BurteSOn is held at F YOU NEED TIRES uXZnYit Coot c W on a charge of SSs'Saisa? An extradlUon was Issued HQ NOT WAIT w;-i todar. mt NOTTaissor BrnNOabiewrfe for George Holder, also for the North cjj SSWS 'MJi or a parr of ir-i irjm a:itotif tmtil ym know tr nw aad wooocnol ci.-jrs weareTTj'-tng. u only cvwss pusui 10 leam everyth teg. v.:;tttt KOH. (Carolina governor. Holder was also i. L MEAD CYCLE C0MFH7, CHiCAGO, ILL J. D.WALCK Real Estate Dealer KOTARY PCELIC Kitchell Hotel Block J022FE. OREGON sllca-a C! cuntu Chief tain ' j County Pioneer Papcrl ' Jsuia'.bihea in JSi4. Published every tiiuruu. bv TUe Enterprise Press. Office East side Court House Square. jitered in the postoffice at Enter prise. Ore., as second-class matter. SI' INSCRIPTION RATES. Jne ye-ir $1.50 Three mouths 50c. InvarialilY in Advance, THURSDAY. JULY 21. 1910. Didn't LiVe Course Dinners. A colored" r-niuatt. uative of the 1 soa:h. bad Iwn work'nis for a flat I dwelling family ii moderate means in ! ibe east end. but rescued rei-ently to accept a place bruising mcher wases I with a wenitcv fami:v who lire ill a j iar::e bouse u Euclid heights nud hare their dluner served in courses every nicht just a if there was com- uanv. This colored woman bad been brought Lp to init everything on the u( ()t esiptioo pos- sibiy of th- ilii-n. and did not take kindly to the course svsteui. A letf days aso hiT furiucr mistress met her on the strwt anil tmiuired how she , liked her uew place. "Oh. not ve'y well." she r-plii-tl. "1 ! don't lifee this hyah way of su'vId' I thiups in tu's4fs. The's too much ; SLiftin" o" the dishes fo" the fewness o" the vit;les. Cleveland Plain Dealer. The Scotsman's English. A true s;-inieii ot the Disblnnd mali"s dilii'-uities with the Englisn ism uauo: Farmer (who had instructed his Gaelic sh-'plit-nl to nk for h nituilier f shnep tUMi had waudervd from the Md YVviL ihiuaiu. Uuve yuu found :hem? "Aye. mister." "Wbi'tv dil yon set them? "Well. c"t l' I'.v ilself. one tee sether and three hiiihii" nue tit M i'liearst'D s." Londuti News. Growing Bananas. Bananas are. u ruie. planted out sysiemmi'-al;y iu rows, the "sui-kef" being plained at an aversue of leu feel apuri. The biiiiaua plunt bear only one buoi'h ar a time, but it is a qui-k grower, yieldins its fruit in twelve to fourteen nmutbs. Wheu the pinut is about six munrhs old a second "suck er" or shoot Is allowed to spriug from (he root, a (bird after the ninth month, and so on. no Unit afier ibe first year there is a coutinuuus cru being reaped Ecoks. For flip greater part of Its life a bojk is nn article of furniture and stands upon the shelf lo decorate Ibe library with Its patch of color and alow of kJaally associations, bnt from time to fUu there occur those crises of Us existence when it U taken down and read. Loudun Athenaeum. Repartee. "Ent why are you in mourning?" "Oh. for my sins." "tleel I dUin'i know yoo'd lost any Cleveland Leader. Tne Sharks. "Did yon see sharks when yon cro. ed the ocean. Jir. Spiffkins?" asked SJiss furling. "Vps." replied Spiffkin sadly. "I played cards with a coop i" i j - : fete ',',1'Ai'-,w.ij.'.-KUi(?.T?.'i. .. i t.-ar i m e yvta x. Jytttv. tad t tliiAi. ciT'i -.i. i orr ot. iTr..r tii rr.n": and t: it- u;-n cr.'. irr-. iiairiiti c- d. uh to ijraija u r uj: .Tij ac-.-. -1 u j fcoj.ui: tr, moie are - o;-. f o- .-.-j , f t-"K4"rLt , Hrf Krrt. te 11-1. Tia m I C5 I I I II toiler tuiii.n i . jej tU t-ii TOi fJ-i.it. Xf3 r - r - & - 3u t Trytirt the thick rnbtwr tmd pcsrtnrc erlpe -ll' ' au.4o nm atrip -1' 11 lr.y prc-nrei (ssVuTca : C9 Un rl".5iJil'rt othc : r .if to Drieiit rim eallinc. Tata - .tcif.r t . . .. ' ,IA-.11C and i 1 L--x KlliLN G. :??tf c. r eivrr is rwhrti We ship conn e-.. ,.er jT siiEe t.t prua i4.bs pvr pair; if roa : - 2: ,.er vr mjt-izz v.t prua 4.BS per pair; if roa : news paragr .phs from OTHER CIT.XS HI OREGON j Kood r!ver in th. .0lkJ urcve sei-titus uv iui i-e mars ot . I the Japanese laborers and agreed not i to pay more than 51.S5 a day. ! The association formed lor tie pur ! pose of holding a carnival on Coos j Kay during August is planning the j j largest public entertainment thai tus t ever taken place in thai county I The Rogue Rirer valley wPl ship j 1000 cars of fruit this ;.-ear. of which ! ; 400 cars will be pears, and jJO cars will be apples. The present crop is pronounced the finest iu the history of the valley. The detailed crop report of th de partment of agriculture shows :h. con dition of Winter when in Oresuc, at harvest this year, to hare been iS, or j S per cent above wht It was last I years. This is a decline, however, of 4 per cent since June 1, last L. W. Clapp, stage line operator, has established an automobile service between Klamath Falls and Crater Lake. Mr. Clapp has the contract with the Southern Pacific to handle the through passenger service from San Francisco to Crater Lake. Jesse Powers escaped from his nurse at the Prineville hospital and ran for 25 miles over sand and stony around bare foo'ed and in his night clothes before being overtaken by Sheriff Elks In his auto. The largest influx of settlers over known into the Northwest, and espe cially Oregon, Is expected this fdU. Some time within the next few wetis j a conference of the Tanscontinentil Passenger association w'll be held n Chicago and arrangements will then ; be made lor the Jail colonist rates. ! J. S. Trumble, a small dairy farmer ; of Forest Grove, has received word I that he Is cne of about 20 heirs to a 1 1400.000,000 estate located in heart of Baltimore. There was a 99 year lease ! on the property, which has Just ex pired, the property having belonged to ; Mr. Trumble's g-eat grandfather. i i The Willamette Valley Applagrow ers association adjourned at Salem. ; after selecting directors and naming ' a committee of three to draft a bill . for presentation at the next legisla- ture. The ball will ask for an appro , priation ,to be used under the direc- tion of the experiment station in in ' vestigating horticultural troubles, par ticularly as to fungus growths. i I The convention of the National As sociation of Wool Growers, which will ; be held in Portland In January, 1911, ! and which should bring between 15.- 000 and 23,000 visitors to this city, will t dc more to advance the sheep growing j business in Oregon than anything else j that could be brought about, is the : opinion of Dan P. Smythe, secretary 1 of the Oregon State Wool Growers' as i sociation. j Umatilla county will produce this j season between 3,500.000 and 4.000,000 ; bushels of wheat. Not only will this i be done, but the quality will be the , best ever sent forth. This alone is a factor of considerable importance. Last year the total wheat output of Umatilla was about 3,500.000 bushels. although some interests were inclined to figure that the production was con- siderah'v above this It cost the RtJte or flrein tn bring the Grant county murderers to the penitentiary, one of whom is to be executed, the other four to be incar cerated for life. It is the greatest for bringing prisoners to Salem the history of the state. The pri- aoners are Joseph H. Caseday, former ePV or GraDt County, sen- tenced to death; Bert Green, Ben Hin- ton, Lmmet and Lari Smeids. Gearhart Hotel. Seaside. Final report was made at the convention by a committee appointed a year afto to prepare a bill. A campaign ? iil be taken up for bringing rfce bill before the legislature at Its next session. The bill is to be patterned af'er the United States pure drug law, and will enable the druggists of this state to regulate 1 the purity of their drugs according to the United States pharmacopoeia, peculiar celncicecce came to !. A peculiar CClneicecce Came to l!gh1 wanted on a charge of murder. The crimes were committed at different times and in different parts of North 1 Carolina and bad no connection with , each other. One was committed in the fall of 1907 and the other In 1909. Union Will Market Apples. ! TOLEDO. The board of directors ' of the Lincoln County Fruit Growers j union met in Toledo and made ar- rangements for the handling of tha 1 anple crop this fall. Only Wanted His Consent. He wa well divesm Mini Lrvwrv. aud when be entered the privuie oraV of the treat ln aier.'luiui h l.mkttl n liable of dnlui: anyihiut: from wiring books to writine up liiunm-. "I have fume, bir." Ix aiiiMui-vtI without besliatiun. "to j:ct v.ir ctiit- eut"- "Consent fr whatT" Winaiid.l ibe old imtu without i...kiiis up. Yhe"rer:y"U T- y"Ur U"ush"'r"- Oh, ni r .hi- " my daughter, eb l think sue is the ftuest young wo- man I buve im-t In muuy nn.iis. As! was sarins, if you'll five your rou-i SJU sent she will hitve the baiiiisoiiH-st I "Coine. romel LKn't set vain and ! say she'll have the buesi bubauu if ! she accepts you." "I'm murrieil. sir. I'm trvlne to e!l you that U you trir your cuuseni she'll have the handsomest auto ruutiNuit Iu you'll couseui and put up Jl.Oi-u cash we will" But the c""nt ten men-bant bad col- lapsed. -Cbii-nvo News. A Se'fish ProDosition. A gentleman, resident h narrow. made treuem rtmipiiiinis to tne mas - ters ot the sreal s bnol liter, of nis garden beir, sirlp,! ot its fruit, even "ZZ ' ,mr" pose, t TiffuH n i n n . ... redrvsii. Le at leuirtb npH.nlei to the boys. and. spudiug for one to bis house, he said: "Now. my simkI follow. I'll make this Hirreeiiteul wltli you and your coiiipiinioiiK. I.el the fruit re main on the trees till It becomes ripe, aud I promise to give you half." The uy coolly replied. "I can sny notbiuc to the prosition. sir. myself, but will make ll known to Hie rest of the boys niul Inform yuu of their de cision tomorrow." Next d;.y came and brnucht with it this rely: "The geu'iemen of Harmw cannot agree to receive so uneipiul a share, since Mr. is au individual aud we ure many." Loudon Sketch. k . . . Our Elastic Globe. Nothing seems more rU.iJ thnn the crust ot (he eunti. Inn wieorltit meu tell ns that it bends and buckles ap preciably under the pull of the heaven ly bodies. Cnrefnt observation has nlso shown that the shores on oppmite sides of a tidal basin npproavo each other at hii:b tide. The weight of water in the Irish sea. for instauce. is so much greater at that time that ibe bed sinks a trifle and rtmsetjueutly pulls the rib and Enuiisb coasls nearer togerher. The buiulintrs of Liv erpool and lmlilio may Ik fancied as bowing to eacb other a'niu the chan nel, the dedeciiou from periiendif uiar being about ue Iiicd lor every six teen miles. It bas been shown, too, that ordinary vaileys widen under the heat ot the sun and contract ap-.iin at uignt. We live not on a riid but an elastic globe. Saving the Oil. "Id Cairo." said' a journalist. "1 heard a queer yuru aliuut ibe fella bin. The. fella hill are the native ru ralisis. They ure very p;ur. Well, when the British built the Egyptian stale railway tUe oiiiciuls were as tounded ui the enormous quantities of train oil that disappeared. They Knew that all this oil couldn't be use for lubricating piirjioses, so they made nu lDvesiigatii-n aud found thai It bud liecome the staple food of the ioor fellabin. The r.rro:id tleie tivi re poned thai the fellabin nil over Egypt were nsing the Egyptian state railway's train oil as their chief sup- Twirr I hut. 1.1 1. 1 ..I-iil rh.ilr I -.... rl n-i.t. train oil. They fried their Bsb in train OIL Tbey made a kind of suet puddicg with train oil as a base. They drank train oil heated as a tl-sb produ-er or buiider up. Si the railway officials mixed castor oil witb ibe stuff, and the fel lull m after a year's torturing and vain effort to a'-climaie their sys tems to the mil ture decided to give train oil tip. I never know an early rising, hard working, prudent man. careful of bis earuinss and strictly honest, who com plained of bud luckl Addison. United States Land Notice? NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISO LATED TRACT. PCHLIC LAND SALE. Department of the Interior. L. S. Land Ofr.ce at La Grande, Or- egan, Jane 13ta. 1910. Notice is hereby given that, as directed by the Commissioner of the General Lc-nd Offke, under provis ions of Act of Coagres3 approved Jui 27, YJi)C iZl Stats, 517). we will offer at pullic sae. to the high eat bidder, at 10 o'clock a. m, on the 2S:h day of July. 1910. at this office, the following-leecriued .land: The SEi SW14 Sec. 6. ot NE XW14 Sec. 7, T. 1 S., R. 45 E. W. il.. Serial No. 07432. Ary persons claiming adversely the ibove-d escribed land are ad via! to file their claims, or objections, on or before the time designated for sale. 43c5 ' F. C. EramweH, R-agisur. Colon R. Eberhard, Receiver. NOTICE JOH PUBLICATION ISO LATED TRACT. PUBLIC LAND SALE. . Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at La Grange, O--gon. June 3d, 1910. Noiice is hereby given that, as directed by th Commissioner of tne General Land Office, under Provis ions ot Act of Congress approved June 27. (34 Sats, 61T). wa will offer at public sale, to the high- cat bidder, at 10 o'clock a. m- on f the 21t day of July. 1910. at tnia office, the foliowing-described land: Th NE14 SWVi si SWli. SE4 ; Soc S3 T. 1 N R. 45 E- W. M, ! Serial X OT40fi i Anv persoTji cklmlag adversely the above-described land are advised to j file their claims, or objections, on 'or before the time designated for 42c5 F. C. E ram well. Register. Colon R. Eberhard. Rece'ier. XOTIC FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. S. Land Offke at La Grande, Oregon, June 200i, 1910. Notice is bt?rsby given tnat josepu Alien, whose post-office address to Enterprise. Oregon, did. on the 2nd juay of September, 1909, file in this j jf;'ice Sworn S;a:ement and Appli- i lation. No. 069S6. to purchase the (SEVi NA'V. Section 14, Township ' j Xor'Ji, Range 44 East, Willamette 1 tlerijillu and tne timber thereon, i pr0vUions of the act of June 3. 1S7S. and acu amendatory. iuon as the "Timber and Stone Law." at such value as might be fixed by appraisement, and that, pur ant to such applica' Ion, the land a:id timber thereon have been es timated and valued by the applicant at $100.00 the Umber estimated at S.'.O.im) and the land $50.00; that said applicant will offer final proof in support of his application and sworn sta.ememt on th 10th day of Sep tember. 1910. before C. M. Lockwood, U. S. Comm'r. at his- office, at En terprise, Oregon. Any person is at liberty to pro test this purchase before entry, or initiate a contest at any time be fore patent issues, by filing a cor roboratetl affidavit m this office, al leging facts which would defeat the eatry. 44cll F. C. BramweU, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. I U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Oregon, June 20th, 1910. Notice is hereby given that Mary A. Elmer, formerly Mary A. Woods, jf Wallowa. Oregon, who on Febru ary 25. 1104, made Homestead En try Na. 13458, No. 09106, for 3V4. Section 32, Township 1 North, rtange 44 East. Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Five Tear Proof, to establish k-aitn to the land above described before C. M. Lockwood, U. S. Coa 1 uilssioner, at his office, at Enter prise. Oregon, on the 10th day of August, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: Mark O. Courtney, of Lostine, Ore goa, Jasper J. Chapman, of Wallowa, Oregon. Edward A. Crossler, of Wal lowa, Oregon, William Whitmore, of '.Vaiiowa, Oregoa. 44c5 F. C. Bramwell, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U; S. Land Offke at La Grande, Or goa. May 16th, 1910. Notice is hereby given that Michelle Baker, whose poat-office iddress is j E'-ierprae. Oregon, did. on the 20th ' Qil-' of Ja:7- 19:)9. fi:e to offirt 3-orn Statement and Application, N'o. 06821, to purchase the WH SE M, Sec. 8, and N NB4, Section 17, Townftiip 1 North, Range 45 East, Willamette Meridian, and the Umber thereon, under the provisions of the act cC June 3. 1878, and acts amendatory, known aa ibe "Timber ! and Stone Law," at such value as j might be fixed by appraisement, and that, pursuant to such application, Che land and timber thereon have been estimated and valued by appli cant at $100.00, the timber estimated to be worth $200.00, aud the land $200.00; that said applicant will offer final proof in support of his applica tion and sworn statement on the 10th day of September, 1910, before John A. Rumble, U. S. Commissioner, at his offke, at Joseph. Oregon. Any person is at liberty to protest this purchase before entry, or ini tiate a contest at aay time before patent issues, by filing a corrobo rated affidavit in this office, alleging facts which would defeat the entry. 44cll F. C. Bramwell, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Oregon, June 30th, 1910. Notice is hereby given that Fred A. Harsin, of Enterprise, Oregon, who, oa June 13th, 1908. made Home stead Entry No. 16065, Serial No. )54ti6, for 8W4 KWK, Sec. 28, SBVi .VE4. BiSEi4, Section 29, Township 1 North. Range 47 East. Willamette Meridian, bas filed notice of Inten tion to make final commutation proof 10 establish cairn to the land above descriled. lefore C. M. Lockwood, U. h. tfj-missioner, mt his office at Enterprise, Oregon, on the 20th lay of August, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: Jack Johnson, of Imnaha, Oregon, Clyde Harsin, of Enterprise, Onegon, J. E. Patterson, of Enterprise, Oregon, V. A, Murray, of Enterprise, Ore gon. 5c5 F. C. EramweO. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at La Grands, Oregon. June 30 h. 1910. Notice is hereby given that Loula George Peterson, of Rognes, Oregon, who. on April 10ih, 1905, made Homestead Entry No. 14271, Serial No. 02927, for SE14 SWfc. SW Sr.V. "d E, SEV, Section: 23, Township 2 North. Range 44 East, iVillamette Meridian, -has filed no .c or Intention to make final five year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before V. C. Boatman, County Clerk, at his office at Enterprise, Orgeon, on Jie 15th day of August. 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: Nel son K. Bue. Syvert Hovae, G. W. Humphreys, Thomas Hovde, all of Rognes, Oregon. 6co F. C. Bramwell, Register. Legal AdrertisenieDts SUMMONS. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Wallowa County. W. E. Taggart, Plaintiff, vs. C. S. Clarke and W. L. Davte, Defend ants. To the Defendants, C. S. Clarke and W. L. Davis: in the name of the State of Oregon: You and each of you are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you In the above entitled court and cause, on ar before tthe 8th day of September, 1910, that being the time fixed by the .. .ji- you to appear and answer Uerein and more than atx weeks from the date of the first publica tion of this summons, and if you fall o to appear and answer, plaintiff will apply to the court for the re lief demanded In the complaint, to Ait: For a judgment that plaintiff have and recover of end from said de .endants and each of them the sum if One Hundred Dollars, with inter--st thereon from January 27, 1906, -it the rate of ten per oent per an aum, until paid, and for the sum of oixty-five Dollars attorney's fees, and for the costs and disbursements jf this action. This summons is published once a week for six successive and con iecutive weeks by order of the Hon. J. B. Olmsted, judge of the county ourt, of Wallowa County, Oregon, .vhich said order is dated July 2d, 1910, directing the first publication hereor to be made on the 7th day Jf July, 1910, and the last publicat ion thereof on the 18th day of Aug ust, 1910. First publication July 7th, 1910. THOS. M. DILL, 46c6 Attorney for Plaintiff. NOICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given that, the un Jersigned, F. A. Wagner, has been J the County Court of Wallowa -ounty, Oregon, appointed Adminift rator with the Will Annexed of he Estate of Belie R. Kmnear, De ceased. All persona having claim ..gainst said esiate are required to present hem wiJi proper vouchers, Aithin six months from the date of -his notice, to me at my office over he Berland Harness Shop, front ooros Enterprise, Oregon. Dated this 14th day of July. 1910. F A. WAGNER, Administrator with the WUl Annexed of the Estate of Belle R. Kin near, Deceased. 3. M. CORKINS, Attorney for Ad ministrator. 47c5 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned. F. A. Wagner, has been y the County Court of Wallowa County, Oregon, appointed Admlnis rator with the Will Annexed of he Estate of Emera M. Kmnear, De ceased. All persons having claims tgainst said estate are required to present them with the proper vouch irs. within six months from the date H this notice, t3 me at my office ver the Berland Harness Shop, front -ooms. Enterprise. Oregon. Dated this 14th day of July. 1910. F. A. WAGNER, Vdministrator wl:h the Will Annexed of the Estate of Emera M. Kla ear. Deceased. 3. M. CORKINS, Attorney for Ad ministrator. 47o5 A Wild Blizzard Raging, brings danger, suffering often, death thousands who take colds, coughs and la grippe that terror of winter ami spring. Its danger i aals are "stuffed up" nostrils, lower part of nose sore, chills and fever, pain in back of head, 'and e throaU sripping cough. When grip attacks, you value your life, don't delay Betting Dr. King's New Discovery, "'One bottle eured me," writes A. L. Dunn, of Pine Valley, Miss., after being 'laid up- three weeks with Grip." For or lungs, hemorrhages, coughs, colds, whooping cough, bron chitis, asthma, h's supreme. 60c, $L Guaranteed by all druggists.