Newspaper Page Text
THE WALLOWA GOUNTY
HIGH SCHOOL Will open for the year, September .7, 908. Instruction will be given in the Classical, Scientific, English and Commercial courses in accordance with the Teachers Manual and Course of Study which will be mailed upon application. The Manual should be in the hands of all who contemplate attending the High School this year, as it contains "Requirements for Admission," ''Advance Standings," "Requirements' for Gradua tion," "Speoial Students," "Length of School year," "Class Records," "Expense," and other facts of vital importance to the person entering. The citizens of Enterprise will spare no effort to provide board and rooms at reasonable rates for those who make, their wants known at an early date. For further information, address, J. W, KERNS, Principal, Enterprise, Oregon. B mm !! ill! II Ml I 'EartTE-JKE'X-.jrT Sat- Por Sale by NOTICE OF ANNUAL INSTITUTE The annual Teachers' Institute foi Wallowa County will be held at En terprise, August 27, 28 and 29. Prof. J. M. Powers, City Superin tendent of the Salem schools, will conduct the institute assisted by State Superintendent J. H, Acker man, and Miss Cornelia Marvin, sec retary of the State Library commis sion. Prof. Chas. H. Jones, editor of ' the Oregon Teachers' Monthly, will bave charge of the music. All who Intend to teach In ' the county this year should make It a point to be present, as the work will be both pleasant and profitable. - The public is cordially invited to - attend. Program will appear later. J. C. CONLEY, Superintendent. NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT. Notice is hereby given, that the un dersign' d administratrix of the 63 tato of Elmer V. Moore, deceased has filed In the County Court of Wal lowa county, Oregon, her final ac. count as administratrix of said estate and (hat the Court has fixed Monday August 17th, 1908, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the County Court room in the County Court House at Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon, as the 'time anc place for hearing any objections that may be made to said final account and for the settlement therof. Dated this 15th day of July, 1908. 12t5 E. MOORE, Administratrix. BIDS ASKED FOR. The School Board of District No 21, Enterprise, Wallowa County, Or egon, .will receive offers on buildings which stand on the property recently purchased from Mrs. Fay. The par ty purchasing these buildings will be required to remove the same, alsc remove all of the fence on the prop erty and tn'e fence around the pres ent school -building. The buildings and fence must be removed before September 7th, 1908. Offers will be received until Au gust 20th. , - C. M. LOCKWOOD, Clerk. Agricultural College Corvallis, Oregon, Offers collegiate courses in Agricul ture, including Agronomy, Horticul ture, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Hus bandry, etc.; Forestry; Domestic Scl ence and Art; Civil, Electrical, Me chanlcal and Mining Engifteering; Commerce; Pharmacy. Offers elementary courses in Agrl culture. Forestry, Domestic Science and Art,- Commerce, and Mechanic Arts, including forge work, cabinet making, steam fitting, plumbing, ma chine work, etc. Strong faculty, modern equipment; free tuition; opens Sept. 25. Illustrated catalogue with full In formation on application to the Reg Utrar, free. l5t Farms and town property for sale or rent. Will trade for good horses Stock ranches and timber land cheap General real estate business. T. M Littleton, first door south of I. O. O F. building. Enterprise, Oregon. 8tf --. m' a, m mmmm, mi. mm': THE. NEW T EMPERANCE BRW, si Guaranteed 2Son-Intoxicatin "I used to think a good non-ihtoxi-cating beer could not be made but M ALTON A certainly is IT" SNAPPTI DEU8NTFUII For sale at all leading temperance drink stands NORTH PACIFIC BREWING CO. ASTORIA, OREGON Real EstateTransfers Three Weeks Ending Aug. 15, 1908Pre pared by Wallowa Law, Land & Abstract Co. H. C. Devine to Mabel C. Blglow, 8 half nw sac 33, t 6 n, r 44 e. $1. Wm. P. Samms to Logan McCor mack, tract In se se sec 10, t 2 s, r 44. 1. A.' H. Robinson to John McDonald, w half nw and w half sw sec 24, and se ne and ne se sec 23, t 3 n, r 41. 12,400. John McDonald to Martha J. Rea gan, lots 3 and 4, blk 1, McDonald add to Wallowa. $100. J. C. Hall to Edwin Marvin, lots 8, 910, 11, 12, 13 and 14, blk 11, Mc Donald's add to Wallowa. 1375. T. M. Butler to John Curry, a half he, n half se s half seand e half sw, sec 26, t 5 n, r 44. $1. U. S. Patent to F. E. Hart,, e half nw and w half ne sec 27, t 2 s, r 44. U. S. Pat. to James J. Daugherty, -w half sw and s half nw sec 5, t 2 n, r 46 e. U. S. Patent to Daisy D. Daugher ty, sw ne, nw se se nw and ne sw sec 32, t 3 n, r 46 e. U. S. Patent to Ray M. Austin, se sec 5, t 4 n, r 44. U. s. Patent to H. C. Devine, s half nw sec 33, t 6 n, r 44. U. S. Patent to O. J. Stubblefleld, n half ne and n half nw sec 15, t 2 n, r 47 U. S. Patent to Walter O. Curtiss w half se sec 23, and nw ne sec 26, t 4 n, r 42. U. S. Patent to Samuel Curtiss, w half sw sec 26, t 4 n, r 42. U. S. Patent to Delia M. Curtiss sw ne sec 34, t 4 n, r 42. U. S. Patent to Lewis Neal, sw ne Mid se nw.-sec 14, t 3 8, r 48. If. S. Pat. to Olaf Croghan, se nw and the lot 3 of sec 3, t 2 n, r'44. Henry H. M. Smee to D. M. In man w 16-4n-43. $10 etc. U. S. to State of Oregon, swamr. land patent, lots 12 to 22 inclusive 34-1S-43. State of Oregon to Wm. E. Green sw sw 21-6n-43. $1000. State of Oregon to Wm. E. Green se se 20-6n-43. $100. Rossanna Green to J. D. Moore sw sw' sec 21 and se se 20-6n-43 $225. State of Oregon toJ. D. Moore, sw ne 31-6n-43. $100. Wallowa Mercantile Co. to N. E Dodd, tract of land In Wallowa, com mencing at ne corner blk 26, Rest dence add. $1. N. E. Dodd to A. S. Cooley, same description as above. $L Adallne Jinking to Henry Strum ne nw and nw ne 7-5n-45. $400, Oliver P. Barnes to Henry Strum, lot 1, 7-5n-43. $600. Ann Benton to Heury Strum, ne 12-5n-44. $650. E. F. Johnson to W. T. Dougherty, sw se 2-ln-42. $400. James G. Henderson to Ford C. Potter, a five acre tract In nw se 26-ln-42. " $1 etc. Roxie A. Vaughan to Fred A. Wag ner, e half lot 1 and all of lots 2 3 and 4, blk 20, Gardner's add to Enterprise. $1. Fred A. Wagner to Mattie A Holmes et al, directors school district 21, all lots 2, 3, 4 and 5, blk 14, town of Enterprise. $1500. Fred A. Wagner to Fred S. Ashley lots 2 and 3, blk 20, Gardner's add of Enterpries. $500. U. S. Patent to Armintia A. Strum lots 2 and 3, the se nw and ne sw 7-5n-45. U. S. Patent to Bertie E. Ryan, w half ne and e half of nw 12-3n-42. U. S. Patent to William T. Dough erty, ne se 2-ln-42. U. S. Patent to Minnie W. Gregg se se sec 31 and w half sw 32-2n-45. U. 3. Patent to Jennie Morltz, t half sc sec 18, sw sw sec 17' and nw nw 20-2n-44.' U. S. Patent to O. M. Young, lots 1, 2 and 3, 30-2n-42, and ne se 25 2n-41. Kate L. Glim ore to Geo. W. Fra zier, lot No. 5, blk E, town of Flora $400. 3. T. Zimmelee to Katie L. Gil more, lot 5, blk E, Flora. $50. John McDonald to Maymie John ston, lots 12, 13 and 14, blk 4, and lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, blk 6, Mc Donald's add to Wallowa. $450. Daniel Boyd to J. C. Conley, lot 6 blk 3, Alder View add to Enterprise also right of way across lots 7, 8 and 9, said blk 3, for Irrigating ditch. $1 etc. Silas M. Goff to Crossett Timbei Co., ne 13-2n-40. $1. S. J. Sargent to J. T. Zimerlee lot 5, blk E, town of Flora. $50. Edgar Marvin, sheriff, to D. W Sheahan, sheriff's deed, se 5-5n-43 $746.50. U. S. Patent to S. E. Goff, ne 13-2n-40. U. S. Patent to Ole Wick, e hall ne sec 23 and e half se 14-4n-44. ', U. S. -Patent to Peter Flotten, se qr, 23-4n-44. . U. S. Patent to Harvey W. Harris e half of ne qr and e half of se qi 7-4n-43. U. S. Patent to Maggie Russell, half ne and ne se sec 21 and sw nw 22-2n-41. U. S. Patent to Jos. W.- Brines, e half se sec 27, and e half ne qr 34 5n-43. H. A. Burns to N. M. Devln, nw half of se qr 13-5n-44. $300. Jemima Smith to' ,T .A .Bartlett s half se sec 30 and s half sw qi 29-6n43. $900. State of Oregon to Polk Mays, ne nw sec 17 and w half nw 21-ln-45 $300. Lucinda E .Rumble to G. F. Con ley, 10 feet off the south of lot No. 2 of blk 20 In McCully's add to Joseph. $16. G. F, Conley to Eva B .Rumble lot No. 1 and 22 feet off n side lot 2, blk 20, McCully's add to Joseph $2000. G. F. Conley to Eva B .Rumble lots 9 and 10 and n half lot 8, blk 20 McCully's add to Joseph. $2000. Emma Curtiss to John F. Curtiss hi int In nw of se 3-ln-42. $400 Geo ..W .Boner to Hugh Wilson all of the sw qr 30-2s-45 except 2C acres deeded to O .R. & N. $2000. Maude Scro.ggln to J. A. Thronson e half sw and e half nw 35-2n41 $1000. T. J. Scroggln to J. A. Thronson lots 2 and 3 and south half nw 4-2n 43. $1250. Helen H. Cleaver toJ. A. Thron son,' n half sw sec 15 and nw sw see 14 and the sw nw sec 14,ls-42. $1 Emily H. Bates to J. A. Thronson sw sw, e half sw and se nw 14-ls-42 $1. J. A. Thomson to East Oregon Trust & Savings Bank, e half sw and e half nw 35-2n-41. Lots 2 and 3 and south half of nw 4-2n-43 .sw sw; e half sw and se nw 14-la-42. N half se sec 15 and nw sw sec 14 and sw nw 14-ls-42. $3000. First Bank of Joseph to A. N. Gil bert and F. D. McCully, s half sw sec 14 and n half nw 23-ls-43. $1000 Quit Claim Deeds. Clara Perkins to G. F. Conley, lots 9 and 10 and n half lot 8, blk 20 McCully's add to Joseph. $1. George Schermerhorn to G. F. Con ley, lots 9 and 10 and n half lot 8, blk 20, McCully's add to Joseph. $1. Heirs of S. Schermerhorn to G. F Conley, lots 9 and 10 and n half lol 8, blk 20, McCully's add to Joseph $1. Horace O. Bod well to G. F. Conley. lot 1 and north qr lot 2 in blk 20, McCully's add to Joseph. , $1. Lola M. Conley to Q. F. Conley lot 1 and 22 feet off n side lot2 blk 20, McCully's add to Joseph. $1 Right of Way Deeds. H. B. Davidhlzer to Farmers Wat ar Ditch Co., strip of land 40 feel wide in sections 26 and 27, t 2s, r 15. $125. . L. Knapper to Farmers Watei Ditch Co, strip of land 40 feet wide In 27-28-45. $150. A. M. Fleenor to Farmers Water Ditch Co., strip of land 40 foot wide in 33-2s-45. $100. Martin V. Knight to Farmers Wat er Ditch Co., strip of land in 31-2s-45 $1. FLORA NEWS. J. W. Nedrow of Clover Ridge stayed at the home of Mr. and Mrs H. Mench, Monday night. Mrs. John Holloway and small son and Miss Eva Botts went over to ('lover Ridge Sunday for a few days' visit. Surveyor Meiryman and H. C. Cra mer of Enterprise were guests at the Farmers hotel Saturday night and Sunday. Clarence Dale, who has been quite ick, is slowly improving in health. T. J. Clonlnger was up from the river Monday with a load of peaches which he readily disposed of. Work is progressing rapidly on the new flouring mill. The new planer building is nearlng completion. Harvest is now on in full blast Everyone is busy getting his hay In and the threshers are preparing tc start up the' season's run some time this week in the Lost Prairie neigh borhood. . ' Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Holmes nytde a trip to Enterprise Saturday, return ing Sunday. They went after theii daughter, Miss Leoti, who had been taking the teachers' examination. ' Mrs. Anna Crawford of Walla Wal la, who had been spending the sum mer with her parents and other rel itlves of Lost Prairie, stayed in town Saturday night while on hei way to Paradise where she took the stage Monday morning for borne. G. W. Johnson and family returned Saturday night from a ten days' vis it with relatives at Asotin. Miss Hazel Bekman, formerly oi this place but now of Asotin, is ovei for a visit with her many friends and relattlves. Isaac Pltzer opened up the Conley blacksmith shop Monday morning and Is now prepared to do all kinds of work in his line. This will be a great convenience for our fanners as we have had no blacksmith here for some time. John Holloway has gone to the Uniontown harvest fields. T. D. Conrad has a buggy that he bought of L. Austin. J. E. Acton of Imnaha was in our community a few days ago. The Misses Florence and Lillle Yager, who have been visiting their sister at that place for some time, accom panied him here. Mr. and Mrs. R. Myers were over from Mud Creek a few days ago. Rev. Henry Martin left Friday for Welser, Ida., to attend" the annual conference. He was accompanied as far as Summervllle by Miss Prudence Eddlemon, who will there join Mr and Mrs. A. F. Kline and go on and attend conference with them. The forest fires are dying out 3ome now. W. A. Hoch was over from Grouse Wednesday buying fat cattle. I did not learn how many he succeeded in buying. J. H. Dale made a business trip to Enterprise the last of the week. H. C. Davis is painting the outside of the Baker & Drake store. S. B. Warnock and family were over from Mud Creek Friday. A baby girl was born to the wife of Bailey Shelton, of Paradise, Wed nesday evening, August 12. Miss Susie Dorse, who had been working at the Farmers hotel, has returned to her home on Mud creek George Frazler and family have moved into their hous'-recently pur chased from Dr. Glitfiore. Dan Doran and family have moved Into the Llndley house In the west part of town. Woot Martin, took a load of hogs to Lewiston last week 'for which he received 6 cents per pound. The Flora Threshing' Machine com pany are now overhauling their ma chine preparatory to starting the sea son's run In Lost Prairie Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Stacy of Lewis ton, Mrs E. J Harwick of Clarkston and .Mrs .E J .Northup of Jones ville, Wis, were In .town Tuesday night - 8LED 8PRINGS. Aug. 14 A Mr. Klngsberry, of Lewiston, and family are rusticating at Sleds for a week or two. A fire sprang up very mysterious ly Just east of Sled Springs Ranger station August 10th, but was prompt ly extinguished without any very so rious results. George Emmons stopped at Sleds today noon on his way out on bus iness. Mr. Bartlett from Bartlett over In the Grouse country passed today with his family on their way outside to recreate for a few days John Harrow passed here today with a fine load of fruit for the Wal lowa market. Mr. Acton of Imnaha brought his two sisters-in-law home after a long visit in the Imnaha country. Their names are Florence and Lillle Yeag er of Lost Prairie. The long needed rain came last Harness and Saddles L. BERLAND, THEs28SCii5.sAftND Will supply your needs in the Leather Good line more cheaply and give betur Hatisfaction titan any other dealer in Wallowa county. Let him tit you out for the season' work. .Repair work a specialty. MAIN STREET. ENTERPRISE, OREGON R. I. LONG CIVIL ENGINEERING and GENERAL LAND SURVEYING Hydraulic and Irrigation Engineer ENTERPRISE, OREGON. Red Front Livery and Feed Stable t First Class Accommodations Best of Hay and Grain & ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF HOTEL ENTERPRISE MAIL AND PASSENGER STAGE LINE Wallowa. Appleton. Flora lo Paradise, MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS; and From Paradise, Flora and Appleton to Wallowa, TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS. Good accommodations, courteotiB treatment and reasonable rates. Leaves Wallowa at 6 a. m. E. W. SOUTHWICK, Proprietor. night and today which will at least help the late sown crops in the north end and will help the range wonder fully and help to extinguish forest fires which are giving the forest of ficials no end of trouble. I hope they will get a rest now August 16 Mr. Crowe of the tele phone company, stayed at Sleds Frl day night. The writer was down on Kuhn Ridge yesterday to Mr. Reed's place It would be worth anyone's while to go and see Mr .Reed's garden In t 3 n r 44, which Is not classed agri cultural land and is In the govern ment reserve. The grouse season opened yester day and with it came some hunters but where, oh, where, are the grouse? S. B. Conner and wife found a bunch of Mr. Coffman's sheep which had strayed from the herder and brought them to Sleds where they would be safer from varmints. Ranger N. V. Downs and family visited at Sleds, Sunday. G ,C. Holding dined at Sleds today on his way back from the carnival which he Informed us wasa complete success throughout. Dan Cusslns went .to Wallowa to day on business and will visit hie parents near Lostlne, The Holmes' of Flora dined at Sleds today on their return from out side points. It Is now up to the North End people whether they get a telephone line or not. I hope they get In and hustle for everyone knows they need it badly and are Justly entitled to it. OREGON MILK NOT TOO RICH FOR HARRIMAN Portland, August 10 The postmas ters of Oregon had a rousing conven Hon at the Portland Commercial club Friday and Saturday. Postraastei Mlnto of Portland presided and gave a luncheon to the visiting fraternity A special incident was the organlza Hon of Fourth Class Postmasters with Addison Bennett of Irrlgon as president and W. J. Clarke, of Ger vals, secretary. Vigorous protest was entered by the commercial Interests of Oregon and the Oregon 8tate Dairy assocl ation, against the adoption by the Pure Food conference at Mackinac Island, Michigan, of a standard foi evaporated milk requiring 28 per cent solids. Oregon's milk Is rich In but ter fat, owing to our climatic con dltions, but abundant pasture meant less solids than In milk from cows fed eight months In the year. Ore gon dairymen and condensers insist that solids should be such as result from the use or whole milk in their product. E. H. Harrlman, the greatest Indl viduality n the railroad world, Is en Joying with his family the glories ol Oregon's August climate at Pelican Lodge, near Klamath Lake. Theii stay will cover several weeks. Vice Presidents Julius Kruttschnltt and E. E. Calvin accompanied Mr. Harri man to Oregon, but during bis vaca- B08WELL & SON PROPRIETORS. Fruit Trees From Tie Dalles Nurseries Myers1 Spray Pumps Pruning Hooks and Saws FORD C. POTTER WALLOWA, OR KG ON Before buying nursery stock or nursery supplies of any kind write me for prices. Spraying Fluids tlon they will be busy Inspecting their roads throughout the state. The Good Roads conference opens tomorrow. There is absolute assur ance of a thoroughly representative gathering and It is generally under stood that permanent organization will be effected and result-getting legislation agreed upon. Conference Is under the auspices of the Oregon Development league. Three Oregon athletes won honors at the Olympic games in London no other state in the Union made such a showing. The boys will be royally entertained in Portland when they return early in September. Both athletic and commercial bodies are uniting in the arrangements. The different fair associations o. Oregon are cooperating for a splen did display of products and great showing of livestock at the fall show In Portland, with the best races ever held in the state. All this has its part in the development of the state, by creating such an Interest In live stock production as will mean an ample supply for the support of the greaf packing plants now under con structlon In Portland. A delegation of business men fron Spokane, under the auspices of the Chamber of Commerce of that city will bo entertained In Portland Au gust 15. The sale of special o:io way tick ets from all points in the United States to all points In Oregon be gins September 1 and contlnuos until October 31. Your community can get more than its share of the newcomers, with a little effort. - For Sale Five room cottage, In best residence suction of Enterprise New, well finished. Good well, col (lar and wood house. Three block? south of public school. Easy terms Enquire of M. F. Wheeler or W. E. iTaggart. ulf'