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Names of Men -Who Want Should Vote REPUBLICAN. ?or Assessor. C. H. Allen of Flora. Republican imhh ine for County Asi-esMir, lielieve m si "square deal ' assessment, mi. I . edgeB, if wlteted, to fnlHI the duties of the otiioe to the liest nf his ub lity, fairly ml impartially toward every property owner. INDEPENDENT To thi Voters of Wallowa Covt::iy. I will lie n candidate fori rcH'ii'i-(ini hn County Hurve.Vui-on nii-Iiidcieud ent ticket as Usuul. On account of iiij tUnliilculioitB uml my experience of I lie last four years in the position, ther is no other limn on earth who call better serve, the interests of the jieople (if Will Iowa county n County Surveyor for the next two iars, and If elected the permanency of lines and Corner already properly established are assured. Respectfully, ' H. K. Mkkkvman, ." County Surveyor. COK&SUNICATIOHsT (The N-w Itecnrd will print mmmmtira llous on topk-H of public Interest, pnxMillinf ther ure Inlet, not abusive and the article In lnrd.) Wallowa County's Supreme Issue. - In this county the question . of su preme moment it) not wheru shall the county seat be located, us much as all are Interested in thub question. Wluit concerns every man woman and child ill thl county is, shall Wallowa county git back to uti open saloon and legalize, the traffic xvhnse work has always heen to destroy both men nd money. Can we afford for a few dollar of revenue or for any amount of revenue, to give legal sanction to an Institution which is the cause of the majority of murders, the majority of police arrests, which lias put most of the prisoners In the jails? The saloon is responsive for ruuolt of couuty expense as well us for much of the poverty and unliappiness in the homes. The saloon is like the bed-bug. It lives by sucking the blood of those who are much more worthy to live than itself. As good house-keepers work persistently for the extermina tion and prevention of that household pest, let every good citizen work, talk and vote to, banish and persistently bar from our county that parasite on oolaty the saloon. We can't afford to faml Iia crmtr . blinn 'mi fcllft nmdnct.4 ' o ' " ' I' - 1 9 from our soil, much less on the boys from 'our horais. And these the aliion must have If it is to live. But it hoe shown Itself unworthy to live. It is an outlaw. The thing of supreme importance in this couuty at present is to nee that an open saloon in our midst hall not be made lawful We believe the county will vote strongly ngainet . . ft r II, J' Ut. l UTiCll. ELK CREEK JOTS. N. E, Hammaok and Grandpa Rnker "ppeut Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Ham Baker. Miss Alice Russell has been attend ing to the housekeeping and the incuh Htur while her mother was away at tending the sick. . MIssEula Rufsell went to Lostine on a Visit to her aunt, Mrs. Fitzpa trick Charley Simmon and hla sister, Miss Delia, are visiting with their eister, Mrs. Arch Alford. 8. P. Weaver was a caller at flam Baker's the first of the week. J A. P. Flanary,' who is overseer at Baker and Hauary's lambing camp, reports sheep in fine shape and good luck with lambs so fur. , Mm. Jennie Grlffiu spent Monday night with her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Averill. . Mr. and Mrs. Knodell and children of Enterprise were driving in this vi cinity Sunday. They exiweted to call on Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baker, but un fortunately they were not at home, hut Mrs. Baker sayj she hopes they will not be discouraged but will eall again in the near future. Jersey Milk and Cream. - Persona . desiring pure milk cream from grade Jersey o-ws, word for me at Berlin d's and leave shop, Delivery daily. ' K. Ij- Pay- $6500 T Stock In Best Business in the County for $5000 200 acre on Ininalia - $1600 160 acres on CheMiimnus - H00 160 acrep 3 miles from town t 5500 Bargains in Town Property INSURANCE . In Best Companies. W. E. TAGGART, ENTERPRISE. OREGON. June Election. Your Votes And Why You For Them. DEMOCRATIC. Candidate fcr'Ke-electicn. Frank A. Reavis, Democratic candi date for re-election U Ihenllice n' Coun ty Treasurer, will safeguard t ie county funds if elected tint! serve the best in leresta of tile taxpayer. Milking Machine First In County Thomas Morg.in i-ays the milking machine recently installed on his Prairie Creek ranch is a success, and lie is well satisfied with hU Investment. The milker and all its accessories, engine etc., form quite a complicated machine. No expert u as sent to set it up, Mi. Morgan depending cu the us sihtunce of Mr. Hamilton of "Joseph. No one who had ever seen a milker was theie to tttich its operation, yet when the machine was first tried it worked like a charm, and It hasn't balked ouce since the s art. After ou'y a few days use Mr. Morgan with assistance of his wife a part of the time, milked 28 cows in an hour and a half. When a henl becomes well broken, one person oan easily attend to over a hundred cows. It is useless to atteni) t description of the apparatus in all its parts. It mni-t be seen to be redly understood. The suction attachments for teats and the pulsating throb of the milker, so like . hu natural sucking by a calf, are the chief points that has made this milker a success. Mr. Morgan bays he. hud a letter from Dr. Withyconibe, saying it was a success, and also the result of tests at the Kansas experiment station. Speed and economy are the chief ad vantages of the machine over hand milking but are nut the only ones. The milk is cleaner, making it butter f oui a sanitary point of view, and for some reason tne mil it win not sour so quickly. Old cows are much harder to break in but Mr. Morgan's herd, containing a number of old ones, already submit to the milker about as well as a like num ber would to hand milking, while the Jersey heifers are docile from the start. Mr. Morgan is ext ecting in a few weeks a young man from the O. A, C. to run the milker, who has had experi ence with the machine. Electric Lines Develop Country Traveling on the electric line be tween Portland and Salem is rapidly equaling the anticipations of the build ers of the Oregon Electric- company's trolley system, says the Catholic Sent inel. Along the line ne.ir to Portland there Is being established a community of small farmers, who are supplying the city with fruit, vegetables, berries and other produce in ever increasing quantities. Within a comparatively short time the lands available for this class of in dustry will be completely subdivided and the Urge holdings in the hands of individual farmers will be' succeeded by many small orchards, garden: and lierry fields each for a homn for a finiily. Intensive farming is more and more employed by the new owners of these acre tracts. Values of laud will In crease in the next two years to double the price prevailing at this time, and s in all other instances c f electric rail road construction, population will flow along the line of the trolley route. Game Laws. Any person knowing of any violation of the game or fish laws of the state, r of persons not properly keeping screens over irrigation ditches, are requested to notify Job Clbmoxs, Deputy State Game and Forestry War den, Zumwalt, Oregon. 42tf GROUSE. Grouse ' April 23 08 Farming has been at a standstill during the last three days owing tc the excessive amount of rainfall. Very few farmers have finished sowing wheat; and no com planted yet. All varieties of early fruits are H full bloom; which appears very favorable for a fine fruit crop this year, if no late fnvst. , ' fc . John Herman of Mud Hit passed through the vicinity of Grouse Sunday stopping about daylltrht ut tie". D, Boston's. It was soon discovered that his mind was unbalanced; as he said therewatap ei f men puu!ng him and that they had leer after him all night; Mr Boston prevailed witti him to stay for breakfast, which he did; aud lay down and sleep a few minutes. As soon as he woke up he said he was going lo Moscow, Idaho. J. W. Ma cauley liv'.og in a few hundred yards of Mr Boston's and an old acquaintance; be stopped there and said he was on JACK JOHNSON'S BEAUTIFUL THOROUGHBRED ' . MORGAN, CLARION NO. 4715 his way lo Moscow ai d was very tired and he would like to borrow a horse to ride across the- Wenntuhee canyon saying That he would m-ml the horse' back tne same evening or next morn ing; the horse Jwis not been, returned vet hut is safe. Mr Herman had a Winchester gun ami made some threats what he would. do if still pursued. The people betame alarmed and a few cit izens got together in the ' neighbor hood look his gun, arrested him kept him over night at Alex. McNeill's Sunday night and started Monday morning with him to Asotin. , Real Estate Transfers 2 Weeks Ending April 25, 190S Prepared By Wallowa Law, Land & Abstract Co. J udd Hamilton to J L Crabtree, lot 2 and 8, se nw and ne sw, see 19, t 2 n, r43. 1. I IE Hudson to RH Beeman, lot or blk 7, Burnangh's add to Enterprise Ore. Also tract in lot 4, sec 2 , t 2 , r 44. $700. , Mary C Duncan to E E Ccllinsworth, lot 9, blk 5, Riverside add to Joseph, Ore. $125. ' ' Hester Ann Taylor to James F Haun, e half se and se ne, see 23, and ne ne, sec 26, and sw sw, seo 24, t 1 n, r 43. $1500. J Arthur Bishop to Fred 8 Ashley, w half, lot 1, blk 20, Gardner's add to Enterprise, Ore. fl. Henry Schaeffer to Maggie Mo- Donald, ne se, seo 81, t 2 n, r 42. 400. N Y Stoddard to Grande Ronde lbr Co, o half nw and w half ne, sec 15, t 2 n, r 43.;; $750. . .. . - Maggie McDonald to R M Schaeffer, tract in bw se, sec 15, 1 1 n, r 42. $1600. William Ira Clements to E M Clem ents Sr, Heirs at Law of, lot 8, blk 7, Iowd of Enterprise, Ore. $1. U S Pat to James F Haun, ne sw, sec 26, 1 1 n, r43 . U 8 Pat to Gunder S Lowick, sw, sec 33, t 2 n, r 44 e. U S Pat to Jos R Johnson, sw ne, nw se nnd e half sw, seo 15, 1 1 n, r 47. U S Pat to Myrtle S Johnson, sw nw, sec'21, t2 n, r42. Daoiel Boydtp J M Elakely, lot 15, blk "B" of Boya's subdiv of blks 5, 7 and 8, . Bank add, Enterprise,' Ore. $1.1 C M Lockwood to A C Miller, lot 3, blk 32. Zurclier's amended add to Enterprise, Ore.- 8500. JHHanutoS L Magill, one third interest in water right connected with following described real estate. A tract in sw se, sec 15, 1 1 e, r 43. $100. George Dailey et al to Katharine Bormann, se ne, sec 24, 1 2 n, r 41, lota 2 and 8 and se nw and ne sw, sec 19, t 2 n, r 42; also s half se, seo 13 and the n half lie, sec 24, t 2 n, r 41. $1. Besie Simmons to James D Halsey, w half nw, seo 9, 1 3 s, r 46 and a por tion of sw sw, sec 43 s, r 46.. $764. Mairgie McDonald lo IraE McNutten, uw se and the nw ne of se, seo 16, 1 1 n, r42. $1. Ira E McNntt to Maggie McDonald, lots 3 an 1 4, ue sw aud se nw, sec 7, t 2 n, r41e. $1. . - Martin V Knight to Wesley Duncan Sr, lot 10, blk 6, Knight's second add to Joseph, Ore. $35. Fred A Gayiord to Wesley Duncan Sr and W P New by, lots 9 and 10, blk 2, Dean's add to Joseph, Ore, $650. E Moore. Administratrix, to Geo C Clark, nw of nw, sec 14 t 5 n, r 44. $200. Jacthll Haun to S L Magill, s half se, sec 9, 1 1 s, r 43; also two tracts, hi sw, sec 10, 1 1 8, r 43. - $6,300. I' S R It to Geo N Ames, sw nw nw aw sec 25. ne se and so ne, sec 20, t 8 n, r 42 e. lieu is Ames to ainrtha Ames, sw nw nw' sw, seo 25, ne se and se ue, sec 20, 5 n, r 42. $600. Security Savings Society to James B Brook, se nw sw ne and w half He, sec I,t2n,r43. $1. James B Brooks to Anna Brooks, se nw sw ne and w half se, sec 1, t 2 n, r 43. $1. U S Put to Davy C Cole, w half se sw ue and the lot 2, seo 1, t 3 n. r 42. U S Pat to Albert B Seeley, nw, seo 35, t2n, r43, U S Pat to A B West in, e half sw and w half of se, sec 10, 1 2 w, r 43. U S Pat to Ira K McNutt, lots 2 and 3, ne sw and tba se nw, sec 7, 1 2 n, r 44. .-'1... ' 1 'J; Notice to Creditors. In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Wallowa County. In the Matter of the Estate of. Mary J. Watson, Deceased. Notice is heiehy given thnt the undersigned has t.en duly appointed administratrix of the above eutitled estate ty tne county court, of Wal lowa county, Oregon, and litis dulv qualilied us such administratrix' All persons hnldin claims airainst said estate are hereby required to present me same, uuiy .veuiiecl ux required uy law, to the undersiirued administra trix at the Oflioe of Burleigh & Bovd, Enterprise, Oregon, within six mouths from the date hereof. Pt.AoiDT E. Boyd, Administratrix of the Estate of Mary .1. Watsou, deceased. Burleigh A Boyd, attorneys for Administratrix. lt& April 30, 1908. Summons, ' In the Cirouit Court of the State of Ore gon, for Wallowa County. John G. Hay man, Plaintiff, vs James L. Hammack, Gertrude Ham mack, George B. Bales, Laura E. Bales, Samuel B. GaBkill and'Inu Gaskill. Defendants. To Samuel B. Gaskill, one of the de fendants above-named : In the name of the State of Oregon: You ate hereby notified and required to appear and answer the complaint mea again Bt you in tne above eutitled cause and Court on or before the ex piration of six weeks from and after the date cf the first publication of this summons, which date of first publica tion is Thursday, March 26th. 1908. and if you fail to appear and answer or otherwise plead thereto, for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief prayed for in his complaint, towit: For judgment against the defendants James L. Hammack and George a Hales for the sum of three hundred twenty and 25-100 (8320.251 with inter eft thereon until paid at the rate of ten per cent per annum ; the further sum of thirteen and 33-100 dollars ($13,331 delinquent and unpaid taxes ; the fur ther sum of fifty dollars (150) as an attorney's fee, and the costs and dls- bursments of this suit ; that a certain mortgage made and executed by the defendant. James L. Hammack. Ger trude Hammack and George B. Bales in mvor ot tne pia'.ntia upon the follow ins described real croDertv. to-wit Beginning at the northwest corner of the Bouth naif of lot numbered seven in block numbered H in the town of Los tine, Oregon, thence weBt twenty-tour feet; thence south to the line of the county road ; thence east twenty-four tett to the southwest cornel of lot num bered Eight in said block H; thence north to the place of beginning, and nil in Wallowa County, Oregon, which mcrtgage is of record in the mortgage records of Wullowa cnuntv, Oregon, in Vol. H at page 554 thereof, be fore closed and the said real property Fold under execution to satisfy said judg ment, interest, taxes, attorney's fee, costs and accruing costs; and for such other and further relief us to the court shall seem proper and equitable l ids summons is served upon yen by publication thereof for the period of six consecutive weeks in the News Record, pursuant to the order of Hon. O. M. Corkins, County Judge of Wallowa County, Oregon, made and entered on the Z6th day of March, 1908, commenc ing with the issue of March lid, 1908. Borlkigii & Boyd, 47t7 Attorneys for Plaintiff. Notice For Publication. Isolated Tract. Publio Land Sale. Department of the Interior. United States Land Office. La Grande, Oregon, April 14, 1908. Notice is hereby given, that as direct ed by the Commissioner of the general land olHce, under the provisions of the act of Congress approved June 27, 1906, (84 Stats. 617,) we will offer at public sale to the highest bidder, at 10 o'clock a. in., on the 25th day of May, next, at this office, the following tract of land: NWJSE, Ni SW'4, Seo. SE.Sec. 2, T. 1 8., R. 44 E. W. M, Any persons claiming adversely the the above-described lands are udvised to file their claims or objections on or before the time designated for mle. S F. C. BR AM WELL, Register. 52t5 . A. A. ROBERTS, Receiver. Summons. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Wallowa County. George A. Hart, Plaintiff, vs Verda V, Hsrt, Defendant. To Verdu V. Hart, the above named defendant: In the name of the state of Oregon, you are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you in the above entitled suit and court on or before six weeks after the first pub lication of this summons, and If you fail to '40 appear and answer, the plain tiff for want thereof, will take a decree against you for the relief demanded in the complaint towit: for a dissolu tion of the marriage contract now and hereto fore existing between you and plaintiff. This summons is published in the News Record, a weekly newspaper of general clreu'atlon, published weekly at Enterprise, Wallowa county, Ore- "Careful Banking Insures Hit Safety of Deposits," Depositors Have That Guarantee ut WALLOWA NATIONAL BANK ' OF ENTERPRISE, OREGON CAPITAL $50,000 SURPLUS $10,000 We Do a General Banking Business. Exchange Bought and Sold on All Principal Cities. Geo. W. Hyatt, President Geo. S. Craig, Vice President Geo. S. CitAio G. Pknnell R. I. LONG CIVIL ENGINEERING and GENERAL LAND SURVEYING tiydre.ullc and Irrigation Engineer ENTERPRISE, OREGON. ENTERPRISE PAINTING CO. MOORE & IRVING PRACTICAL PAINTERS House Pa Inl ins- Paper Hanging ; Calcimining Carriage Painting Up-to-Date Signs Show Cards MFGS FAMOUS FUKNI TUBE POLISH Shop and .River St. Red Front Livery and Feed Stable First Class Accommodations Best of Hay and Grain & ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF HOTEL ENTERPRISE PHONE HOME 115 J. D. WALCK Real Estate Dealer Mitchell Hotel Block gun, for a period of six consecutive weeks, the first publication thereof Is tlw. 1(11. ,4.... ..I K. L. irUll) L.. I..- mic iptu jtxy ui mniun, muo, uy oruer i vi tun uuit, Aft. uinniuiu, juugc Ol the above entitled court, made and dated the 10th day of March, 190R. O. M. Comunb, 4717 Attorney for Plaintiff. Summons In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Wallowa County, Cimrles W. Chadsey, Plaintiff, vs Myrtle Chndsey, Defendant. To Myrtle Chadsey, the above named defendant: In the name of the State of Oregon, you are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you In the above entitled suit and court, on or before six weeks after the first pulc licatloti of this summons, nnd If you fail to so appear and answer, the plain tiff for want thereof, w 111 take a decree against you tor the relief demanded in the complaint, towit: for a dissolu tion of the marriage contract now and heretofore existing between you and plaintiff. This summons is published in the News Record, a weekly newsiiaper of general circulation, published weekly at Enterprise, Wallowa county, Ore gon, tor a period of six consecutive weeks, the first publication thereof Is the 19th day of March, 1!K)8, by order of the Hon. T. H. Crawford, Judge of the above entitled court, made and dated the 10th day of March, 1908. O. M. Coukinh, 4"t7 " Attorney for l'lulntiff. Summons. In Mie Clrpult Court of the State of Oregon, for Wallowa County. Margaret K. Coulter, Plaintiff, vs James J. Coulter, Defendant. To James J. Coulter, the a'oove named defendant: In the Name of the State of Oregon, You are hen by notified and required t- apH'Hr and answer the complaint Illeu ngaliiBl you by the ulnlntlll lit the above-entitled court ami cause on or Is'fure the expiration of six weeks from and after the date of the first publi cation of this summons, and if you fail to appear and answer or otherwise plead to said complaint within said time, plaintiff, for want thereof, will apply to the court for the relief prayed for In her complaint on lllu herein, to-wit: That tne bonds of matrimony now sod heretofore existing between the plaintiff and the defendant be dis solved and henceforth held for naught. That the plaintiff be awarded the control and custody of the minor children of the plaintiff and defendant, W. R. Holmes, Cashier Frank A. Reavis, Asst. Cashier DIRECTORS Geo. W Hyatt Mattie a. Holmes W. R. Holmes PICTURE FRAMES GILDED Repository ENTERPRISE BOSWELL & SON PROPRIETORS. NOTARY PUBLIO JOSEPH, OREGON viz, Francis L. Coulter and James J. Coulter. That the iilnlntifr hat,c -n,. I ..uiv DUliU UblltJl and further relief as to the court shall seem meet and proper. You will further take notice, that this summons Is served upon you by publication thereof In the News Rec ord, for the full period of six consecu tive weeks, the first date of publication hereof being Thursday, March 20th, 1908, pursuant to nn order of the Hon orable O. M. Cork-Ins, County Judge of Wullowa county, Oregon, made, dated and entered on the 24th day of Maroh, !908, BURLKIOH & BoYD, 48-7 Attorneys for Plaintiff. "A. G." High Grade Percheron Will make tho season of 1008 at the ranch of Raker Bros., on Swamp Creek, 7 miles north of Enterprise. $8 To Insure Colt PASTURE FURNISHED. "A. C." is u handsome black gray, 3 years old In May, and weighs 1500 pounds. $15 CASH $15 To the three Pupils of Wal lowa County Schools wl.o bring the largest number of' their Buster Brown Ads cut form the Nkws Recokd ;to W. J. FUNK & CO.'Si otore by November 1, 1908. Cut out Ihe ads each week and have all jour fr'endsf ove' ads for you. They are found only in the News Rkcord.