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; IS - .. r - TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR. NO. 14. ENTERPRISE, OREGON, THURSCAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1910. Cent a word single Insertion, lVi cents a word .2 Insertions. Special rates by month and year. ' - - " FOR SALE. (load parlor stove for sale cheap. Mbit ' nn 7cah?.rs. FOR SALE OR TPADE." -. . Te.uu, Wacou ;and harness for sale or trade far wOJd. W. J. Funkl & Co. ., . S8btf ' MISCELLANEOUS. ' Private-..leosons In elocution and oratory. Proper attention given to breathing, gesture, tone formation aud voice movement.. Terms 60c per tour lesson or $10 cash for term of : 20 lessons. Mrs. Glfford Ernest .par sonage Christian church. 49bm MONEY TO LOAN Stale Fuuds loaned, 6 per cent. John P. Rusk. Atty. State Land E'd. Joseph FOR SALE I will sell all or any of ray town prop e ty at reasonable prices. W. W. Zurcher, Enterprise, Oregon. 40btf Five ton wagon scales for sale cheap. A. C. Weaver, Enterprise. UNCLAIMED LETTERS. The following letters remain un called for at the poat office at Ent erprise, rogon for tho week ending Nov 12, 1910. Mlaa E'-Ha Eoswe'.l, sit. Wm. Gour, Jr.., Mr. E. R. Holmes, Miss Hunt, Mr. H. E. Laroy, Mr. Chante See, Mr. S.- B. Williamson, Mr. C. B. William son. Parties calling Cor the above will please say advertised Nov. 12, 1910. Those not called for will be sent to the Dead Lebjeir office on Nov 26, 1910. Een Weathers, postmaster. 11. T. Skaggs and H. C. Davie ca.;c out from Flora WeJncflday,' and 'jjse following day went' to Kr. Davis' homoa'ocd uaar tho Du-tiec. 1 . snnnDnncnancnnccaDannDEnrjnncnnnnncanaD g SATURDAY SPECIAL, NOV. 26 Ware in the store 20 per cent off for a a E3 U n a a a a a a You Id Q B a n a o a a n c in a an Ladies', Children's and Infant's Shoes which we have marked down at costi Come in and look them over; also take your time and look .over other Red Tag bargains. Don't send money out of the country, never to re turn. We can skin Mont gomery Ward & Co. and Sears & Roebuck to death. w. J. funk & CO. THF. QUALITY STORE Always Up-to-Date NEVER A MINUTE BEHIND doled jBGEEDEnnnnDnnnBcaacnnnnnnDa NOVEMBER TERM OF I MANY CASES DISPOSED OF AND SEVERAL JURY TRIALS ' COURT ADJOURNS. The busLie.- of thel November term of Uva circuit court was completed and court adjourned Tuesday. County court Is In session today, Wednesday, allowing the e'e.'-Uaa and circuit court bills. . Limn Zuniwalt, Indicted for he lar ceny of a colt, is still nt large, he Sotting word that he waa panted in timo 'jo sWp ojit tc'ore tho deputy ro.njicd his home, Flne3 amounting to J3600 have "been asiassed and col'.ecteJ from 13 persons indicted by the July grand Jury or selling intoxicating liquor, acid who. pleaded guilty since, the beginning of the November 'term, in addition, George Wright, under a $200 cah bond for the same offense, and; "in dicted by the November grand jury, has skipped to ports unknown, for feiting hi bond, so there's a total of $3800 already In the county treas ury from thene source. ; ."'.- "" Gid and Elijah Wolf of Wallow's against the former of whom itnere are four Indictments and two against the latter, a!leg!mg .the same off ence, have entered p'.eas of not guilty and will stand trial. Their cases arecon. tlnued for the .term. The remaining indicLmeiits agalnsij. Sybil Gilliam of Joseph are suspended. In aJditioa to tha $2550 of fitne3 reported in our last issue, are the following sentences; J. W. Emmons, fined $200. Charles Car ittoa, fined $250. . Mitchell & Plr.e3 found guilty at the July term. Mitchell fined $350 and to -serve 20 days In Jail ; Pipes fined $250 and to serve 30 days 4ft CIRCUIT CO Funk's Special Coffee for $1.00 cash. If you miss our Red Tag Sale. It is the talk of the town and country. We are adding more stuff to this sale every day. We are hard up . and must raise money even if we do have to sell goods for less than they cost us. We have just put into this Red Tag: lot $500 worth Jr.il. Ca appea'el to Supreme court I Now come In, dismiss their appeal, , plead guilty Kiid pay their fine and ons, amoa-itwig In all to over $"00. The court parolee bo.h for ij days. ro;Uwui3 is the Resold of Court. Flnjt National Bank of Joseph vs. R. A. F-'-'ir. Jitdgmont for plain tiff in sum of $341.16, attaracy foes $80 and costs $6.45. Attached person al property ordered sold to satisfy Judgment. " . E. F. "cN'arjer vs. J. W. Barnard. Verdict by ju-.-y or defendant. Beatrice DeVaM vs. Thomos DeVall, Verdict by Jury for defendant. James D. Ha'sey vs. W. F. Rankin et td. Dirfau'.t of defendant. ' Edith AVlMtams vs. Guy Williams. Default of dorendftnt. Plaintiff glv- (Continued on Last Page.) Twelve Car Loads - Of lambs Shipped Stubblefield .Band Bought For Seat tie Market Trains Run ning Very Late. Twelve car loads of co.trso -wool ininbs wero sMpped from Enterprise station, Tuesday, to Seattle by Fred Alvarez, a stockman from North Yakima, Wa. The entire lot or a'jout 3.000 head ,was l.ought rom R. F. Stufijblefleld end Soii3, who received the top of the market. They were an extra fine bend of lambs. . The shJimi.xiti wiU be unloaded and fed.r.3 Maibtoa. . ' Ehipmec-ts continue .heavy and the trains are late every night. - A slide I "clow Elgin decayed the lnfrouaid train Monday and it did not rooxii Enterprise uc-idl after 6 p. n. For carrot mud rug wenvias sse J. H. Manloy, Enterprise, On33on.fi9b4 - All Granite a cash. 5 Pounds JJ n n a a a a a a a a u a m a a El a a o a a a a a B a B u B ft u a a B B B B B B B C a Q ::-:...' BEGINS MOTHER IMPROVEMENT M HOT LAKE SANATORIUM IS BE COMING NOWN FROM OCEAH TO OCEAN. Bcslming wl:h the Improvement t the promenade rt Hot Lake Sanator ium doubt'.ejs a campaign of re-ar-rancenvwnt a;id aJdltion luis been started that vlll reach far kito ext season and will enlarge Uiat great iu eU'ution sufficiently to care for tne constantly tacreaLig buaineaa. When It la cnsldoired wat was ot Hot Lake seven years r.30 and what. Is tfxv today oiie can but wonder at tli uian'e!ous trana.omatloii. Seven years ago tbo sanatorium building 'ivouli only ooconunodate 4ai a manner fifty patients. There was but one nun&e who also acted in cajviclty of houaoheoKsr. Th wai.or for domes', ic purposes ktb hauled la b-Vrelo oa o sled. Grooory and supplk) vene 1 livre4 to the sanatorium In a spring wagon that proved adequate for the demands of transportation. A total number of twelve employe coiistltul ei tha foros c.t the Lake. Laundry was sh aped out to La Grande. There was no telephone connection, vk'a the out-" stdo wld. The bath hoirso wou'd only tahe care of ton to twolve pat ients, while the doctor's office and treatment rooa wj one and tile same. No stevaad, no toakkoeper, no check ing clerka, no bell boys, hi fact one maai the clerk did Hall. A 15-Uoroe EJioline onglno furnlaJied oloctrlc cut rent for th kisitutlau, and In fajt Hot Lnlco was only a small speck ekh er on tiie map or bi the, minds of tiie people. But what Is the Institution today? None its equal in the Northwest and very few In .tho Vnl'.ed Slates, Today the buKdin or.com modaitxM 2j0 .pat ients with most modern apartments po3ibie for the etolliod architects to build. Tweiity.twoninraeaane regularly emploved. Yjvter for domeJvU; pur poana is brought .to the lustltutluiu in a private wator plant ,whlch conok:it jf a cameat roaorvoir of 130,000 gal loiis oapacUy. it i distrlbuied o-r. the large building through mains pur. fectly pJumibed a id scientifically mr rangxl. Tlio eieetilc current ' used from the incln, .power Hue amounts to 125 horse power each tweuty-ioiw hoars. It 13 lutee5tlnsto kao-.v wliat 6 imiKwlaat part the elocttVltyl por f&rmg thorj. l!ejidu being uoed for 'Tghtiiig and far running the olevatcrs, it doii V.'jq cooking la the diet kitchen, runs the machine shop and wood woi k. liig depairtnieflt whare aU lnctltutlon furniture is manufactorei, runs the laundry whore eaoh week 20,000 pieces of llaen are laundered, sweeps floors end ruga, peels the potatoea, srWla iho coffeo, waihe 4ie dialiea and 'jt e::ber.dve!y used In tho electric mas. saga department of the bath house. Viore coven years ago the spring wnau can led Uie groceries troia La Grande to Hot Lake now a commis sary is eitablished in the instUution that cr.rr.la stock of $20,COO. "The uaaatorluin la ono or the ln-fce:t car load eiippors on tho C. E. & N. out ride of Portland and att ths present time a carload of canned goods l be. !-nc tmloadtd there. The off U force which formerly con sisted of the one ckjrk, novt Includes the day and night eUsrks, beD boys, bokkeepors, stoiioraphero, clvecklng clorS, and Information man who Is clv.aya at the servica of the guests. The doctors o f U formerly, com blned with the tireatoemt room, now conaisSs of a suits of nitie; rooms.Also there are JaUratory, treatment and X Eay rooms. The sufgery roam fc por ceialn llnei, IwirnteiAcaJly seaiedi ud cannot be surpassed by any other in stitution. During the post year over 600 major operations have been per formed at the Hoi Lake sanatorium. The merit of the place heretofore more or lejs extl Uiei to the north west la now reaching lau the mldd! and extjierne eate:n sttate. - WU.re tlie register formerly ehoweJ people from nearby '.a'e -now ca be sej4i many of the prom I lemt, psoiple) of the fast and mldlle west. Ia Grande I enlng Oloerver. Notice to Holders of City Warrants. . Notice la hareoy given uhnt there la on hands f uik'b- to pay a-H.clty w-ar. rents dntwQ on the General iond that vero prcaonted oa or before Novojj. tor 1, 1910. y W. F, SAVAGE, City Trerjsurar. LA GRANDE WILL LIMIT". . NUMBER 6At00N TO f. Following are th principal lrovUi Ions of the saloon. ordWiuo that baa paooed the Ia Grande oHy coun cil; The numtver of loons Is to be Um i'el to elht; (ho llcec&e k to be $1.2."0 per yerjr; vlolat'ons of any 0 the slate or city provisions relative to the salo of teinar eciiaNs upon the offonder rorfoltur of license without recourse for Uie unexpired time for whl-)i the license U paid and also for. relture of bond whkh must be in tho sum of $1,000. No music, alot mach ines or other devices- of tills character ire to be allowel. Total Assessment Near Ten Millions Roll Will Show Closa to Nln, Mil lions Without R. R. Tel. and Telephones. VhiV Ui board of equalisation has not completed all the work be foro It, and Anseisor Mliler i-Vro-fre biJt ay to gWe th exact rootlngs of the 1910 wwewroent, he I'lslta an estimate of close to tO.000.000 exclusive of tii ralliroada, express, .slesrajih and ' tolophone property. These lcmo. as a.ossed by Mir. Mil- !cr ll 1909 totaled $9 '6,020, so It Uie it a to tax board, that now fxes the 1 segment on such corporations, does 3 well as Mr. Millar did Inst JW ho to ol naaoiscd valuation of prop rty la. Wal'owa co'iaty torn 1910 will bo right at tiie tea nvlllioun mark. Tho valuaoo lost year w"i $8,676,770 or leas Uie rnllroriJa, te'.o jraph and t'jwphoii Ikieo, (7.721.7&0, o the incroaw over Jant year ia close 'c one and three-quarter mWloji doi lars. , FOUR NEW CITIZENS RECETVE FINAL PAPERS. Christ Daur of Enterprise, a naU Ive of Germany, who came to O1U1 country In 1884; AuurvtKoepp of Wal lowa, bona In Germany, who c&m to the United SUtea In the Centennial year;.Theophlle Blanc of Joseph, bora in sunny France, but a r?idawt of thl greator Republic for 11 years; and Alfred Eciijaro-Wi Dovles, of Troy, a native of England, who hast been a resident of tlw United gtatoe since 1895, wore grant1 their fWial papers by J udge Knovues a id took the oath of allegiance GunvaUl Ctirkftopfaerson of Wallow and WilJdam Froudenberg of Joseph have fill petitions for their final papers. - The former Is a native of Norway and has been a resident, of this country etr.ee 1873. Freudenberg was bom (a Germany and , came to the United States la 1890. ' DISTRICT OFFICES. Representative Wullo'wa Union Total J. A. French, D. 778 10o 1838 J. P. Rusk, H. 712 1384 2096 Prosecuting Att'y. J. g. Hodgln, D. 658 1223 1881 F, S. Ivanhoo, R, 826 I486 2312 Oake's carries a full tint of Lowe Brothers' Paint. ; I08tf THE F A IR STORE Wool Bed Blankets and Comforters ' Wool Bed Blankets, good quality, grey ... $4 75 Wool Bed Blankets, extra fine quality, white....... 7 85 Comforters, pure carded cotton filling.. ; .. 2 10 Comforters, pure carded cotton filling, both sides alike. 2 98 About half .of your time you are in bed Why not Keep warm? , Let us show you these goods. TRADE WITH US AND SAVE MONEY ' THE FAIR CASH STORE COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER CITY WILL BUILD AT OWNERS EXPENSE MARSHAL TO REPAIR ANO CON STRUCT SIDEWALK HERE TOFORE ORDERED. At tie retrul-jr moetlan of caun.-ll. Tid;iy nlsM. tho fkiincs comnibt- toe repor'.ol a ajUlemont made with es-lrcaauw Lockwood, and that aU runda la hl fcnnla brd bji tnmsd over to (Sy Treawer Savage. roliUon cf Gergo S. Crf.tg et si that L. F. McAniiky bed. mlnualnvxi and .was maintaining a nuisance. The marshal was orderel to ave the seme abated. The nuisance meant v rj the ke'jplng of hoa. TImo have boon trJtoa to a ra'Hure outsUlothe cKy limits, A streot !flit waa ordMl plsiccnl In front of J. D. StrubVy on Do pot street. The ma:hoi wa onlorod to bul'd or re;vilr a'J sidewalk horctofor ortlored bui't or repaired, Loep cor rect account of cost of sane and chargo to owneds. A proposal of F. 8. Ashley to erect hitch-racks at b!s own com along the east aide of the Danisl Boyd property. If the ty woivll furnish tho mater ial was accoptod, Tho city c.:.tarney was Wpoc-ted to draw a. ordinance proiilbldng the erection or mclntalnln; of U-rb rJ 01 fouK'es odjolulng sidewalks. ' He s ,i3 instructed to acitre rlht of way (kla for pipe H-"e where . I:e.i socurod, cud (at doo.l from T. U. Aklna for res or voir life. Following are the" Claims Allowsd. John Rohart, ais'ginee of City Planing .V 11, $34 6 2 75 12 10 10 KnterprUe Prets. IVj Pkciin Mill, l Em, Hti. Salary, Oct., Chaa. Thonias. Salary. Oct.. T. M, Dill. Ca'ary, Soptaad ot. W. F. Bavage, gal., 2 mos.. Joluv Johnson, worn on bridge, S. K. Paco, work on bridge and j4pe Utie, B. J. Forsythe, HahU for Oct., V, J, Fiuik A. Co., 2 pairs S iro beats, D. D. Keltner, anndrles for Pipe Hue. K. M. V M. Co., as J trace of M. O, Ponvroy work 5V4 days, 4 00 17 60 71 20 14 00 ,24 38 13 75 Wallowa National liauk, notes and hvtere-t, 920 87 CouncUmen Ashley, Fui;k, HooVett and Keltnor ' vere present, and. Mr. Funk presided la the alsoace of Uie mayor. LADIES Mrs, A. D. Vandocar of North pow der, Ore., has a large stock of switch es and all pertaining to ' the erade. Also makes Sw4tcb and puffs of your combings, will iuak trips to you tovn. Bb will akw do your work If you will addras her at Norta Pow der. 30 years experience work guar, an toed ' 36 30 40 00 00 00 00 We do good Job printing. Try us.