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CITY AND COUNTY BRIEF8.
Jooar Tramp of Grossman was transacting buslnsaa with the county court, Wednesday. J. A. Lee has aold the hlacksmtth Ing business at the Combe aland to I. N. PiUer, the well known smith, who formerly conducted the shop. Our Novelties for the ladies ere the newest out. Sash an! Belt Pms. Neckwear, and Collars. They are the thins ht help your dress. V. J. Funk ft Co. Mis Weill Whfce, who had been a goest of her uncle, W. W. White, and wife, for severai weeks, left Friday for Portland, where she will teach during the ensoinc year. Dr. F. A. Clffe, the eye sight spedaltet, will be in Enterprise, Sep tember 12 and 13. Eyes carefully examined and glasses ground to fit Over 30 years practice fan fitting glames. C. E. Funk has let the contract for his new alone bank building to S. R. Ha. worth and work has begun exca w.iiig for the foundation. The lot was surveyed by County Surveyor erryinau and bis assistant, E. Y. Haskell, Thursday. A letter from Jirs. V. E. A. Vat son at Sardis, B. C, tells of their arrival at their new home, and that all are well except XI r. Watson who hod the 'misfortune to be thrown against a hand rail on the car plat form while en route, breaking a rib oa his left side just over his heart. Mrs. A. C. Paitfton. of Portland re turned home Thursday, accompanied by her niece, Miss Lenora Hibbs, daughter of the well known stock men, . Mart Illbbs of Smite River. Mlsa Hlbbs will attend school m Tortl&od. Mrs. Pan ton was a guest of old time friends while here, Mrs. 'J. M. Blakely and Mrs. J. A. Bur Vijh, and families. Frank J. Mtl'.er of Albany, Grand High Pries of the Royal Arch Mas ons, .eocom pan led by Ed Kiddle of Ialand City, Past G. H. P. and P. G. M., paid an official visit to Hn terprlse chapter Friday night, in spected the work and pronounced It good. Prize do Cunday School Pupils. Messrs. Oorklna ft Wagner have offered three prises to young stagers In the Sunday schools, the contest to take place Friday, September 30, at the annual County Fair iu Enter prise. Any boy or girl under 12 years of age, member of any Sunday ecnool la the county, may compete for these prizes and have the privi lege of singing any song ' they pre fer. The first prize fe J10.00, second a-aa ...I -1 a mn cA All CnnrlaT t.W) ana uiiru .uu, via -v Bchoote ere urged to enter at least one competitor. JORDAN LAND 80LD. Jordan ft Pace of the O. R. & I company have sold 120 acres off the L. J. Jordan farm, two mile south of Enterprise, to Delbert Ho rn an for a price said to be around 175 an acre. Mr. Homan's city property on Residence street fig ured in the deal. Who's to Wheu you buy goods that you are after " wards dis.itisfic:d with, you feel that the ijuality was nut there. Now when you are in need of an article and haven't good knowledge of the quality of the same, then you must leave it to the maKe. Get something that is standard and backed up I.,- n mvd manufacturer. Here is where V J v fc we come m. S We handle only S Merchandise and thing we sell to goes wrog. We cater to the people who want good goods at the lowest prices they can be sold at. - i I 3 W. J. funk a CO. THE QUALITY STORE j Always Up-to-date K10 BE Oil mm BALLOTS COMPLETE LIST OF CANDIDATES FOR COUNTY OFFICES FEW CONTESTS. Thursday was the last day of fil ing peUttons for the primary and the total number was not Increased much except for committeemen. There will be but three names tor county commissioner oa the primary ballois, L. Couch, S. C. Himmei wright and L. Olsen all Republicans. Only one name for sheriff, Edgar , 'uJr ' tor ciera, w. Marvin, and one name L. ujauuaui both Democrats up for i re-etection aai no Republican candl- , dale against them in this strong Re publican county. Surely, a wonder lui tribute to their efficiency and popularity. i'ui treasurer there are W. T. eu and Fred A. Rochow, Repub .jiid, and G. W. Franklin, Demo crat. No names for surveyor or coroner. Two Justices of peace and one con- ;t tie uame on tickets, unopposed. County cential committeemen will be elected at the primary. L, Ber .iiiu ot Lnterprlje, Ira Hoskias of divide, J. O. Kiddle ot Loo tine, D. G. Tucker of Prairie Creek, John Baker of Joseph, Harry Heffling of tlutte, are Republican, am ti-assembly candidates. George W, Hyatt of En terprise, V . G. Belh of Joseph and L. Knapper of Prairie Creek are apposing Republicans. SPECIAL TRAIN OF SHEEP TO CHICAGO W. H. Graves end J. H. Dobbin went to Elgin Thursday to superin tend the loading of 23 -carloads of sheep they are sending to Chicago, .'dr. Graves will accompany the ship .ueut to Chicago and sell them on the market. There are about 7,000 aead in the lot. Henry Weaver, Wayne Bay and C. M. Williams will also accompany .he shipment to Chicago to help take care of the sheep en route. .Mr. Graves' little son Lawrence mode the trip to Elgin, returning with Mr. Dobbin. AN OPEN LETTER RU8K TO HOCKETT (Paid Advertising.) Joseph, . Oregon, Sept. 1, 1910. To Dr. C. T. Hockett, Enterprise, Oregon. Dear Sir: In as much as you were a dele gate to the late Republican assembly at Portland, and as you state to your announcement for the Republican nomination for Joint Representative, Union and Wallowa Counties, that you favor holding assemblies 4n this Slate, I as a candidate against you and pledged to uphold the primary Law, Statement No. 1, and opposed to assemblies, do hereby challenge. uimiiiuninnuu1 Ml Blame? reputable lines of stana oaca 01 maKe it good if it Never a minute behind yon to publicly discuss the assem bly proposition, before the voters of our district; yon may fix the times and places during the Primary cam paign and defend while I shall op pose the assembly scheme. I also Invite you to discuss ad versely, jf you please, my record last session, or any part of It. No "pussy footed" campaign for me. Let us see It the people deem themselves capable of choosing their own officials. Respectfully, JOHN P. RUSK. NOTICB FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at La Graade, Oregon, Sept. 6, 1910. ' Notice 'is hereby tlvM tht Wnt Surber. formerly Versa Brumbach. r-.: n - v . teinr dv 1903 made Homesad ' w.-na'. "3, HomS4a.d "uirj o, ana, eeriai, iso. v4uio, for NWJ4, w SWi.4, Sec. 23, and SB NE, Section 26, Town ship 1 North, Range 46 East, Willam ette Meridian, has filed notice of In vention to make Final five-year Proof, co establish claim to the land above described, before C. M. Lockwood, U. S. Commissioner, at his office, at Enterprise, Oregon, on the 19th day 3f October, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: '.Valter Sutherland, of Enterprise, Or go:i, Elmer Brumbach, ot Imnaha, Oregon, Waldo Chase, of Imnaha, Oregon, Harry Vaughan, ot Imnaha, Oregon. 4eo F. C. Bramwell, Register. Diphtheria Scare Abating In North No Mof New Cases All Exposed Placed Under Strictest Puaranins. Grouse, Sept. 6 There is quite an excitement in the neighborhood of Carttett, owing to the spread of diph theria. There were three mew cases reported' yesterday. Mrs. E. A. Hack and little three year old glrL and Mrs. Frank O'Neal. It was thought yesterday that Mrs. McNeal could not survive through the night, but she Is report ed some better at this writing. Dr. Gilmore of Flora waited on the lit tle boy of E. A. Hack's that died a few days ago and the doctor con tracted the disease himself and has been confined to his home since. E. A. Hack has beea In a critical condition himself with the disease for several days and after Dr. Gil more was confined to his home he phoned to Anatone for a doctor to come at once. The doctor arrived night before last and stayed till yes terday morning, and Mr. Hack Is re ported Improving. Before the doc tor got home he received a tele phone to come back, but he had- pa tients h, was compelled to visit, so he refused the call and Insisted that the board of health at Enter prise be Informed at once and have the sick and all who had been ex 1'osed quarantined at once. A doc tor has been called from Wallowa, and is expected to arrive this morn Ing by 10 o'clock. POLITICAL NOTES. Will Church, whose father was so prominently Identified with the early history of this county, is a candidate for the Republican nomination for Che legislature in Union county. Grant Dimtck, the antl-aseembly candidate for governor, has been county judge of Clackamas county for several terms, and the people there ' uy he is the best ever Would probably be Juot as good a governor. NOTICE FOR. PUBLICATION. ! ' Department of the Interior, i U. 8. Land Office at La Grande, Or ' egon, July 29th, 1910. Notice is hereby given that Elmer J. Jewell, whose post-office address lis Enterprise, Wallowa County, Or egon, did, on the 10th day of No vember, 1909, file in this office Sworn Statement and Application, No. 07257, to purchase the Vi SW, Section 22. Township 1 North, Range 47 East, Willamette Meridian, and the timber thereon, under the pro visions Of the act of June 8, 1878. and acts amendatory, known as the Timber and Stone Law," at such value as might be fixed hy appraise ment, and that, pursuant to such ap plication, the land and timber there on have been appraised, at $200.00 the timber estimated 210,000 board feet at -60 cts. per M, and the tend 195.00; that ald applicant wlU offer fin A proof in support of his applica tion and sworn statement on the 27th day of October, 1910, before C. 11. Lockwood, United States Commis sioner, at Enterprise, Oregon,. Any person Is at liberty to protest his purchase before entry, or inl iate a contest at any time before patent issues, by flkng a corrobo rated afftrUvR m this office, alleg ing facts which wo did defeat the sntry. Well F. C. Bramwell, Register. PEOPLE REJOICE FOB TROY BRIDGE IS BOON TO ALL RESIDENTS OF GROUSE AND GARDEN OF EDEN COUNTRIES. Grouse, Sept. 6. The people of the Grouse country on both sides of the slate line between the Grande Ronde river and the Hue Mountains are wonderfully pleased over the comple- tka 01 tn new rklge t Troy. 8a.v many congratulations ar du county commissioners for Interest they have take In the we.fare of our ceo Die. and a num- of them met the honorable , a..ri d county court at Troy Saturday and served a nice picnic dinner which was enjoyed by aU present. The foreman of the party putting up the bridge is spoken of In the highest terms of respect. The o ridge crew of nine men have made many friends here and are highly esteemed as gentlemen. We are lorry that two of the party were tak en sick at the close of the work. l'he crew were all served a fine dinner at Grouse Sunday while en route to Lewkston. The grist mill at Troy is nearing completion, and D. A. Silver has a new dwelling hou3e well on the way. Troy Is a natural center from oil points weat and north of the river ind will in. the near future be a lace of note. At present the pub ic roads are not In a condition to warrant a rapid Improvement. like n all other new countries the first roads opened up are made for the quickest and cheapest route regard less of the steepness and oilier In conveniences. The citizens of the Grouse coun ry don't want to ask any more fa ws of the county court than . are Absolutely necessary, but under the jircumstiances we can't well avoid isklng a new road to be laid out irons Troy to the top of the hill tear E. Richman's, as the present road Is not safe for public travel. if a road can be established the nost of the work should . be done y subscription. The people are much more Interested than ever be- 'ore as the bridge Is open, for trav el and the Troy mill will be In op eration soon which will more than louble the travel. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. J. S. Land Office at La Grande, Or egon, July 29th, 1910. Notice is hereby given that Marj . Yeager, whose poatofflce address i Elgin, Oregon, did, oiu the 27th lay of October, 1909, file in this jfflce Sworn Statement and Appll nation, No. 07203, to purchase the NB14 NE 6ec. 7 and NW NW Section 8, Township 1 North, dange 45 East, Willamette Meridian, And the timber -thereon, under the provisions of the act of June 3, 1878, and acts amendatory, known as the 'Timber and Sto.ie Law," at such value as might be fixed by appraise merit, and that, pursuant to such ap .:uon, the land and timber there in have been, appraised, at $241.20 the timber estimated 290,000 board .'eet at 75 cents per M, and the land $23.75; that eald applicant will offer il proof in support of her applies ion and swora statement on the 27th day of October, 1910, before Tbt Ktgister and Recejvar at the United States Land Office, at La Grande, Oregon. Any person Is at liberty to protest :hls purchase before entry, or Ini tiate a contest at any time before patent issues, by filing a conrobo rated affidavit in this office, alleg mc facts which would defeat the entry. &0cll . F. C. Bramwell, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. J. S. Land Office at La Grande Oregon, Sep'ember 6th, 1910. Notice is hereby given that Joseph C. Lord, cf Zumwalt, Oregon, who on March 10th, 1905, l cde Howe Head Entry No. 14174, No. 04377, foi EV4 NW, NW NEVi. Sec. 1 ud SW SE, Section. 2, Township 2 North, Rang 47 BcM, VlilametU Meridian, has fl ed notice of Inten tion to make Final Five-Year Proof to estab'isb claim to the laud above described, before W. C. Boatman County Clerk of Wallowa County t his office, r.t Enterprise, Oregon on the 20th day of October, 1910. Claimant nomes as wltnesse Henry Zumwalt, Omar J. Stubble field, Loa Dale, and Joseph Gill, all it Zumwalt, Oregon. 4c5. F. C. Era-mwell, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. United States Land Office at La Grande, Oregon, Sept. 6th, 1910. Notice to he:eby given that Henrj Zumwalt, of Zumwalt, Oregon, who, oa May 25th, 1903, made Homestead Etry No. 12933, Serial No. 03938 K. E. 15209, Serial No. 03988, nrd Oct. 6. I9, for NW4 NAVH. Sec, 28, & N4 NE4. Section 29. Towft- Jhlp 2 North. Range 47 Rest, Wil lamette MeHJtr.n. has fllod nolle of intention to make Final five-year Proof, to eL.ibllt;h claim to the land above described, before W. C. Boat man. Concvty Clerk, at hie office Enterprise, Oregon, on the 20th Jr.y of October, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: Joseph E. Lord, Lon Dale, and Jo seph Gill, all of Zumwalt, Oregon, and Stanley Hayea, of Joseph, Ore gon. 4ca F. C. BramweU, Keener. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given thai ths un- eteigmed Jane K. Daugherty has aeea appointed by the County Court Wallowa County, Oregon, as ad- uinistratrlx of the estate of James Daughertr, deceased, and has uiy qualified as such admlnlstra- rix. All persons having claims gainst said estate are hereby lot if led to present the same to the mdersigued administratrix, within ix months from the date of this lotice, and duly verified as required jy law, at her residence at Joseph, Oregon. Dated this 7th day of Septem- er, 1910. JANE K. DAUOHERTT, Administratrix. A. BURLEIGH, Attorney for Ad ministratrix. Sc5 Hitler and Ames Homesteads Sold ivq PioneeV Families to Lsavw Promise Schools Open For Fall and Winter Terms. Promise, Sept. 6 T. C. Miller and N. Ames have sold their home- leads to a Mr. Harden. The prom- bo pifcloffice and store k on the iil'er place. Mr. Ames" ranch to n the lower bench just above the Ivpr. We will regret to have these knfer settlers and fine families save this community. Mrs. Joe Carper was ill for a few lays, lately. The hunters who spent a few lays above Elbow Canyon returned tome Sunday and reported having een a number of large bear tracks). Some of the schools started yes- erday, Promise with Miss Carrie S.VanPeltatt teacher; Riverside with lrs. F. G. Potter as teacher. Mrs. Calloway and her daughter, Irs. McClure, of Enterprise, were Isitlng Boyd Carper and other .Veat Virginia relatives last week. Some of the venturesome bucks of 'romlue who have been hunting with- mt a lkenae and trespassing on, prt- cute property are getting a little Kieasy. Mrs. Tom Cennett Is quite sick again. HOMESTEAD PROOF8. John, Sloan and Qulncy Trump of jroasman male final proof on their iomele-ads before U. S. Commls- it ner Lockwood, Wednesday. James lankhead was here with them as a witness. Myilc at the Fair. The Enterprise Concert band will urnlsh music each day at ths coun-! tion thereof being the 11th day of Au y fair. Prof. Se'ak will be the band ' gust, 1910, and the last publication be eoder and with the splendid talent ng the 22nd day of September, 1910. n the organization, visitors will hear D. W. SHEAHAN. ol treats in band music. Attorney for Plulntilt 293 acres Alder Slope, $23,000.00 80 acres Alder Slope, $ 8,000.00 160 acres hill land, about six miles out, $2,000.03 320 acres, 12 miles out, $3,200.00 City Lots, $100 to $300 Renldencw Property, $60 to $2,0 JO Fire Insurance Surety Bond Live Stock Insurance W. E. TAGGART, The moaeef Real him Man. ENTERPRISE, : : : : OREGON HCartfiii Banking Innrtt tht Saftty of 0 posits.' Depositors Have Tbat (iuarante at WALLOWA NATIONAL BANK OF ENTERPRISE. OREGON CAPITAL 150.000 SURPLUS $56,000 Wc Do a General Banking Business. Exchange Bought and Sold on All Principal Cities. Geo. W. Hyatt, President Geo. 8. Craig. Vice President Geo .8. Ckato J. H. Dobbin DETAILED COST OF HEW COURT HOUSE OFFICIAL FICURES SHOW TOTAL FOR BUILDING TO BE LESS THAN 834,000. The dtat1el rot of the new court house Is shown by the following figures 4ken from the official rec ords in (he off le of the county clerk: Wallows. Courrty Court House. Contract price piH to S. R. Haworth $313(H) ' For extra work paid to 8. R. Ha- - worth; Plwis and epeoifioaitlons ..$ 782 60 Filling jail bweme.it with rocks rating and backing win dows . Crading around court house Copper gutters and asteetoo 132 50 31 28 505 S8 shingles 1027 4 Fixtures, gkos, etc. ........ SO 40 Total $$2330 08 I'aW Frank Ms'otte for sup erlntendlng stone work.... $355 00 ' Total for building $33,985 02 j COUNTY COURT. , TV . ue county court met Wednesday, allowed bills, checked road supor vlflore' reports and did other rou tine work. A Lostlne delegation auked for a road up the South Fork (o timber. The court went over the proposed route Friday. Two vacant rooms and' a vault la the northeast corner of the second floor of the court house was loased to Attorney D. V. Eueahaa for $25 month. Free Rt Room a Fair. The ladles Improvement league of Enterprise will conduct a free rest room at the fair. SUMMONS. In the Circuit Court of the Stats of Oregon, for Wallowa County. . Hufrh E. Wylie, Plaintiff, vs. Edith B. Wylie, Defendant. To Edith B. Wylie, above named defendant: In the name of the Stats of Oregon: You are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you by the plaintiff in the above entitled court and cuuse, within six weeks from and after the 11th day of August, 1910, the tarns being the dute of the first publication of this summons; and if you fail so to appear and ans wer, you will be in dofault for want thereof and plaintiff will thereupon apply to said court for the relief de manded In his taid complaint, to-wit, for a decree of said court dissolving the marriage contract now and hereto fore existing between plaintiff tnd defendant, and that said marriage con tract be from henceforth held for naught The defendant will take notice that this summons is published by order of Hon. J. B. Olmsted, county judge1 of Wallowa County, Oregon, in the Wal lowa Chieftain, a newspaper published weekly at Enterprise, in said county and state, and directing that the same be published in said newspaper for a period of six weeks and seven iwiue thereof, the date of the first publicu- W. R. Holmes, Cashier A. J. Boehmer, AwL Cashier dibeotori Gbo. W. Htatt M aim A. Houcu W. R. Holmes for 8W NWVi. Sec. 28. and Add'l MftunuraBBafca WSM