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.7"'v 77 tf Wallowa County Official Paper. Enterprise City Official Paper. NEW Wallowa County Is Rich In the 5 Greatest Sources of Wealth. I nib iTV rrU 77-" r-v TTW T- , , VOL. 2, NO. 14. Notices In this column are charged 1 cent a word one Insertion, or 3 cents a word 4 insertions. Minimum charge 15 cents. Cash with order. FOR SALE. 40 00 GIANT DEERIXU MOWER, g od as new. Enquire of A. F. Poley, Enterprise, or V. E Eisenbeis, Lostiue. . MILL SLABS, stove length, on Alder Slope. Inquire of O. J. Roe. Former T. R. Akins form. Home p;ona. - - g(f CATTLE, 100 head, from yearling3 up to 5-year-old cows with calves, and including 1- and 2-year-old steers and a few 3-year-old steers. J. H Whitmore, Enterprise. Ranch 10 miles north of Enterprise. 12tf STOLEN. $10 REWARD for ladies astride saddle, gray horsehlde with silvei horn, also bridle, with rings on side and bit tied on with strings. Taken from my barn on Swamp Creek about June 30. Notify J. P. Averill, Enterprise. . 11U L0DUE DIRECTORY 1 0 0 F enterprisb lodge n EMERALD REBEKAH LODGE, No. 119. K Q ENTERPRISE LODGE, No . Of T. 94. JUANITA TEMPLE, No.' 7, Pythlar Sisters. MAQflMIP ENTERPRISE CHAPTER, lYInuUillUNo. 30, Royal Arch Masons, meets first and third Tuesdays of each month In Masonic Hall. All visiting Royal Arch Masons welcomed. J. B. OLMSTED, High Priest. D. W. 8HEAHAN, Secretary. WALLOWA LODGE, No. 82, A. F. & A. M., meets second and fourth Satur days of -each month In Masonic Hall. Visiting Masons welcomed C. H. ZURCHER, W. M. W. C. BOATMAN, Secretary. WALLOWA VALLEY CHAPTER. No 50, O. E. S. meets first and third Sat urdays of each month. In Masonic Hall Visiting Stars are always welcomed. OLIVE LOCKWOOD, W. M. DANIEL BOYD, Secretary. Ill I EAGLE CAMP, No. 10497, M. . It-M.W. A Meets first and third Thursdays In each month', In new Fra ternal halL Visiting Neighbors always welcome. J. O. RENNIE, Consul T. M. DILL, Clerk. ANEROID CAMP. No. 8542, R N. of A. Wf) III ENTERPRISE CAMP, No. .U. II. 635, W. of W. ALMOTA CIRCLE. No. 278. W. of W. Charles G. Bllyeu returned Wed nesday from his visit at Albany and has begun bis duties as deputy coun ty clerk. REAVIS 1 URNS OVER BOOKS AND MONEY NTER PRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 30 1908 ...... ! . ..- : ' Whole no.-wgt i' t. an flTftnil rw ' .. . - - ... .hP UV III All ln& L1 I Wo. Countess of Rouslllon .in llinifl'l nnmihiiiA HeandlOIUIll Uf MNUnM A Tht; murderer is an ex-conv expert gunman and a terror neighborhood where he lived Selbert had an altercation at Uepub lie on July 4, when Seibert twice knocked Phillips down. Saturday asf Selbert was driving along' the San Poll river, accompanied by two olhet x iivtsr, auuuui paiiiu vy iwu utiiei PEREMPTORY WRIT SUSTAINED I' men and a woman, Phillips appeared BUT CONTEMPT CASE NOT PUSHED COURT NEWS. Following a hearing before Judge Knowle3 of the mandamus suit Frank A. Reavis turned over the books, records and cash of the coun ty treasurer's office to W. "T. Bell, Wednesday afternoon. D. W. Shea han, attorney for Mr. Reavis, would, not state Wednesday evening wheth er the mandamus case would be ap pealed or whether other proceedings would be started to. test Mr. Bell's eligibility. Mr. Bell is now holding but one office, that of county treasurer. His resignation as postmaster of Enter prise has been accepted, the depart ment having notified his bondsmen tc that effect and reauestine them ti place someone in charge until a new postmaster is appointed. The bonds men, W. W. White, J. M. Blakely and L. Berland, met Tuesday and request ed Mr. Bell to remain In charge of the office until his successor is ap pointed. The arguments on the demurrer and motion to recall the peremptory writ of mandamus occupied nearly al. of Tuesday,, counsel for Bell being C H. Finn and C. R. Eberhard, and Mr Sheahan appearing for Reavis. The court overruled and denied both de murrer and motion. Defendant's de murrer to affidavit In the suit for contempt was overruled Wednesday forenoon, and In the afternoon that case was tried, Mr, Reavis being ac cused of contempt because he did no obey the peremptory writ.' The court found for the defendant, the lattei agreeing to obey the writ, which was done the same afternoon. B. SEIBERT'S BROTHER MURDERED AT REPUBLIC and said he wished to settle old scores. Seibert grabbed his Win Chester and jumped to the ground, but Phillips rode around the wagon and shot Seibert in the small of the back. A reward of $250 Is offered for the capture of the desperado and a slier iff's p03.se Is pursuing him. CHARMING OPERA GRAND MUSICAL TREAT AT EN TERPRISE NEXT WEEK-CAST FOR OLIVETTE. Fine Timber Land Open For Entry Applications Will Be Received at L: Grande Land Office Septem ber 15. Rol Seibert, brother of J. B. Set bert of Enterprise, was shot and killed near Republic, Wash., Saturday by a half-breed Indian named Char les Phillips. The news was wired tc Mr. Seibert here who left the same day for Republic. The murdered man is well known In Enterprise from having resided here last winter for a time, and serving for a short time as city marshal Under date of July 22. the U. S land office at La Grande glve3 no tice that approved plats of surveys o. fractional sections 13, 14, 15, 16, Vi and 18, e half and nw, sec 20, w hal and ne, sec 21, t 6 n, r 44 e; a.id al of to.vnship 4 n, r 41 e, have bee.i received, and wlllbe filed on Tues day, September 15, 1908, at 9 a. m On and after that date applications for entry of lands in said townships will be received at the La Grandt office. Sections 13 to 21 of townshii 6 n, r 44, are on Bear creek, si: miles north of Flora. TownshiD n. r 41, is in the big bend of the Grando Ronde river immediately west or Promise township. -Oiivette. Alldrai,8 cllai.minK --. 1.1 u.nerent from "I'eras i that It has good one. In most comii a Plot, and a muueuio, Countess of Rouslllon in I love with Valentine, Miss Browning. Veloutiue, the Seneschal's house keeper, ua Corkins. Moustlnue, cabin boy of the "Cor monuit," Miss EePue. Inasmuch as inquiries are already being received, for tickets, the public is urged to purchase as soon after .Monday next, when they are put on sale, as possible. MARVIN ROUND Imnaha Road Blocked. A Miiiierspout on Trail creek al nead of canyon Thursday blocked" tht inumlia road. Supervisor Stump wat i Atonday for tools and men to cleai out and repair the road. County Judge Olmsted and Commisslonei Lltfh went out to the scene Monday returning Tuesday. "The damage I. not as bad as first reported and the road will be open for heavy trafffc In a few days. The stage Is going mrougn now. Colt Born Blind Seekers for the unusual should see the colt that was born blind, owned by L. F. McAnulty. It la now aboui a month old. mi RESOLVED THAT YOU DONT HAVE TO HUNT S?v BARGAINS cvtisor ihng IS A SARCTAljl IN OUR STORE, Buster. BRowM WE NEVER, PlT .SHODDY -STUFF INTO OUR. STnK r thpb tpd r WE NEVER, HAVE JHoDDY' JTUFF QUALITY I i Vh f fmp fr ARncLEEPVLf?wVLRDr KNOW laooDU WHEN my" 5VYAN ARTICLE. YOU WILL BE JURE To GET rtooD mAi itv ip v BUY FROM VS. EVEN THOUGH WE ARE NOW Jel rnXS AT LOWER PRICED THAN WE DID BEFORE ThE FoURTH a$ SKS LOW ENO U 3 H la V W NL L. E Ts RESPECTFULLY, W. J. FUNK & CO. he first nnt p trn .. "Ple of the village of Perpignan e excited over the approving marriage of the Seneschal's only daughter, olivette, with an old se'a captain, DeMeiimac. Ti, ,.. ,. "as just arrived fmm where she had fallen in i voung officer, Valentine, nephew o. Aienmac. The young Countess o. Rousillon has. however fiiQ i herself with the young soldier, and i-u'i'es to Perpignan to see him. In the house of the Se:iei.i .i... Countess has her solitude invaded bv valentine, who believes h i nmi. 'nB the balcony of Olivette. Mean wiuie the uncle, whose suit does not Prosper, with Olivetfo ..... Countess a letter demanding ii young lady's hand. Vniemi,, - """'C Ull trives to pass himself off f,-,. m real De Merlmac, and according marries Olivette at the request of the Countess. The second act onena ,iih . ball given by the Countess i i,o. of the wedding, and Valentine limit that he has to impersonate not oui his uncle, but himself, by constant change of dress. The real De Meri mac returns and is greeted by every body as the happy bridegroom. Fi "f'ly his perplexity is resolved by the appearance of Valentine a tin- old man, and the result of tho ex planation is that De Merlmac re solves to take the bride that Valen tine has married In his name. A con spiracy is formed, and Olivette geu rid, for the moment of her eidorh bridegroom. The love of the Caunt ess for Valentine upsets the calcula tions of Olivette, for the sovereign lady of Rousillon announces her in tention of marrying the loyal soldiei who had quelled the conspiracy. Ai a last resource, Valentine, at the In. stigation of Olivette, Joins the plot and the Counte3s Is ordered to be sent out of the kingdom. The third and last act describes the partial success of the plot and the imprisonment of the Countess on the "Cormorant," the ship command ed by De Merlmac. Olivette nrwl hm husband, disguised as sailors, seek v vessel to take them away, Valentiiu is detected and ssized, Olivette man ages to set the Counters frea and assume her drew, her own place be lng taken by her maid. VolouUne whom the near-stghte.l Duke courts De Merlmac returns, and Is horrified to hear the Duke tell Valentine c his courtship of Olivette. Both neph ew and uncle disown the bride unti the return of the Cquntesa and the unveiling 0f Olivette. Valentine a last is united to Olivette, the Count ess accepts the Due Des Ifs, and IX .Merlmac Is advised to follow the ex ample of the Dage of Venice ant "marry the sea," . Uohearsals for "Olivette" under the leadership of Prof. Boyer have pro gressed to a point where the man agement is justified In announcing its production on the evenings of Fri day ami Saturday, August 7 and 8 The (bonis will be large and well trained, the cast of principals very greatly Hireugthened an compared Hh Iht cast usoi In the 'Tirates of J'enBance," thecostuines tho pie turesque costumei of Italy will bf the best which the Chicago Costume conipany can furnish. Altogether, the management feels that It Is justiriod in predicting the moat successful pro Auction ever attamptei in Wallowa county. The following is the cast: Captain de Merlmac, of the Man O War "Cormorant," Mr. Streeior. Valentine, officer of the Rausillon Guards, his nephew, Mr. Hover. Die Des Ifs. cousin and heir pre Humptlve to the Countess, .Mr. l'ralt. CoquloIIcot, his foster brother an henchman, .Mr. Miller. Marvejol, Seneschal to the Coin ess and Malre of Perpignan, Dr. Aim Olivette, daughter of the Sunns Zumwalt Postmaster. . Henry Zumwalt has been reap pointed postmaster of Zumwalt and was in Enterprise Monday having his bond made out and signed. UP THE RUNAWAYS SHERIFF GOES TO WALLA WAL LA FOR KINNEY GEORGE TUCKER SURRENDERS. Successful Sunday School Convention Twenty-Third Annual Meeting Helc at Wallowa List of New Officers. The Wallowa Sunday School asso elation held its 23rd annual conven tion at Wallowa last week. To those who are not familiar with the objec. ad extent of this organization let It be said that it Is composed of all the bunday schools of every denomina tion in Wallowa county. A conven Hon is held each year for the pur pose of exchanging Ideas on Sunday school work and to learn and discuss "ew plans for general betterment of the schools. For the past two years Rev. C. A. Phipps has been in attend ace at the conventions and has been of aid In bringing fresh, up-to-date ideas on all phases of Sunday school work. He Is the state field secre iary employed by the state Sundaj school association of Oregon. All county associations are mem bers of the stats association and arf entitled to send delegates to the annual state convention. The coun ties help to support the state conven tion and Wallowa county has the dls Unction of having paid the amoun. pledged for state work in full, Ir fact has paid all but $7 of the 1901 pledge, thus paying In advance. The convention Just closed wa: most enthusiastic, and attendance was good, considering the farmers busy season is Just at hand. Report were received from every school ii the county and all but three sent del eyates. The keynote of the conven tion was for better organization, bet tor trained teachers, a wider .knowl edge of the bible and a greater ef fort to make the Sunday schools o this county a stronger agency fo good. The followine office rs were elected: President, H. B. Davidhizer. First vice president, James Kay. Second vice president, Mrs. II. B Davidhizer. Third vice presIJent, Mrs. Chrlsto pher Johnson. Fourth vice president, F. s. John son. Secretary, Mrs. A. F. Poley. Treasurer, Mrs. Oren Wagner. Superintendent of Home Depart ment, Mrs. John McDonald. Supt. of Temperance, Miss Pru dence Kddlemon. (Continued on last page.) Sheriff Edgar Marvin left Tuesday morning for Walla Walla to secure A. W. Kinney, the man who was con victed at the May term of court of participating in a riot, and was sn tenced to three years in the peniten tiary. Right after he was sentenc ed, Kinney was allowed to go out on the street in custody, of two broth ers, and he Jumped on a horse and made good his escape. The Walla Walla police telephoned Monday they had a man In custody answering Kinney's description, and Sheiifi Marvin left at once for that city. II. C. Cramer went along to Identify Kinney. If the man held Is Kinney he will be taken direct from Walla Walla to the peaitentiary at Salenv as Sheriff Marvin took along a mittl. mus for that purpose. Tucker Gives Himself Up. George Tucker, long wanted for par ticipating in the same riot for which O. W. Kinney was sentenced to the penitentiary, gave himself up Tues day morning to Deputy Sheriff Crow, and was later allowed to go under $1000 bonds. Tucker went to Crow's room In the hotel early In the morn ing and stated his errand. He said he was tired of dodging and hiding, and had had no luck since he ran away. Two others who are under Indict ment for the same offense, Tom Tucker and Norfleet Bogau, are still at large. Stole Surveyor's Chain. Jess Hammack and Ben Gaskill of Lostlne were arrested Wednesday by Acting Constable McAnulty pn a charge of stealing a surveyor's chain belonging to County Surveyor Long. Justice A. C. Smith fined each ol ' them $25 which they paid. Surveyor Long missed the chain from his out fit while working near Lostlne, and f""" to Enterprise and swore out a search warrant. Sherfff Marvin found -he chain In Hammack's room. i NOTICE. Bids will be received at the September term of the Countv Court for the excavation of the basement and the construction of the basemen walls of the new county court housi to be erected In the city of Enter prise. Plans and specifications ma be seen at the office of the County Clerk of Wallowa County, on and af ter Wednebday, August 12th. The right Is reserved to reject any and all bids. i3tfi W. C. BOATMAN, County Clerk. By order of the County Court of Wal Iowa County, Oregon. Commuted on Homesteads. Before U. S. Commissioner Shea han the following made commutation proofs on their homesteads, Tuesday: C. S. Clark of Chlco, Mrs. Ora Ford and the Misses Marie and Josephine Weldert of Zumwalt. George B. Rob ertson or Pittsburg filed on a home stead Wednesday situated within the Wallowa National forest. GREAT DEMAND FOR HOUSES IN ENTERPRISE. Now is your time to buy and build. You can rent JOhoiiHen by September lt when (school begi, . Watch : Enterprise : Grow AND MAKE MONEY WHILE IT GROWS BY Buying Lots in Alder View The Prettient Residence Property in the County. e have acre Iractn dune $35- DANIEL BOYD Secy. Wallowa Law, Land & Abstract Co. chal Marvejol, Mls3 Bryan.