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Brief News Items Stoves and ranges at Keltner's. Alfalfa seed for sale at R. S. ft Z. For prompt service call up Vest & Vest market. C, E. Vest, transfer.674 G. S. Reavla has gone to Walla Walla for a short visit with his brother. Mrs. Ella Rutter of Union is vis iting for a few days at the home of J. W. Flowers. Twelve postcards for 6 cents at Jackson ft Weaver's. Mr. and Mrs, S, Carroll, who had been living near Joseph the past year, went to Union Saturday to re side. Japalac, varnish stains, linseed oil at Burnaugh ft Mayfleld's. J. L. Lambert left Friday for the Imnaha. He will spend the winter at Ray Vest's ranch above Light ning. Mrs. S. C. Wells of Denver, Colo arrived Friday for a short visit at the home of her niece. Mrs. J. W Flowers. Complete stock of Pittsburgh Per feet Field Fencing at Keltner's hard ware store. B7b3 The county high school team was defeated by the Wallowa team on the home grounds last Saturday by a score of 3 to 0. White Loaf Flour, $4.60 per bar rel at E. M. ft M. store. Jack Fogarty of Newport,. Oregon, Is visiting his mother. Mrs. Jane Fogarty, on her homestead north east of this city. Llsk ware, the non-rust kind, tin and granite, at Keltner's. 67b3 ' Two children of the Robinson fam ily 111 with typhoid fever at Wal lowa, have died and another Is In a very critical condition. New line of Queensware and China ware at Keltner's hardware store, A complete line, the best In the coun ty and prices are right. ' 57b3 Mrs. J. W. Shelton end baby boy of Spokane, who had been visiting her liiolher, D. Richards, went to Union Saturday to visit her mother, ! rs, Lid Richards. Take a look at the weld of the riitsbiirgh Portent Field Fencing a' Keltner's. Electric weld you can't break It. ' 67b3 Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moss went to Allcet Saturday to be present at the marriage of bis niece. Miss Is Is Mosa, to Mr. Win. Adler. The wed ling will occur Sunday at noon. Geo. 0. Downing, who has been working at Pratt's, went to Leap 'o spend Sunday with his parents. will go to Zumwalt next week io work f-r the L. F. ft H. sheep firm. LaGrande Star, Nov. 11: Mrs. Frank Reavls, of Enterprise, who hae been at the Grande Ronde hospital the p.ist week following a critical surgical operation, Is rapidly Im proving. A carload of nails and wire was received by 8. D. Keltner this week. A card from Jay Lewis of Los tin requests- the address of his pa per changed to Pendleton, where his family will reside this winter that the boys may attend school there. Mr. Lewis has gone East on a- visit. Carbon paper for copying, 3 sheets for 5 cents at Jackson ft Weaver's. Indicative of the activity In real estate transfers In the lower part of the valley, John McDonald of the real estate firm of Couch ft McDon ald, brought 14 Instruments to be recorded when he came up the first of the week to attend court. Oliver Typewriter, beat by every test, for sa!e by Jackson ft Weaver. The union revival meetings at the rink continue with unabated Inter est, the audiences being large lnl spite of the bad weather. From 7 to 9 confessions are made at each meeting. Friday night It was decid ed to cot close next Sunday but to continue the meeting all of next week. The Ciy Planing Mill W. F. RANKIN, Proprietor ENTERPRISE, OREGON. Carries a complete stock of rough and dressed lumber, A line of standard mouldings always in stock. Satisfactory Mill Work Specialty rive per cent discount for cash. All aeaounte balance at aplratlii of M ays and aettled by cash or not Full line of Pyrographlc goods at Jackson ft Weaver's. Mrs. Sam Litch of Alder and Mrs. Wesley Duncan of Joesph returned home Thursday from Corvallis, where they had been to see their niece, Miss Jessie Irobler, who haa been ill. A typographical error In the last Issue made a not of a now In. the item about the trains stopping at Rondowa for lunch. They do wait for you to eat a sandwich and drink a cup of coffee. W. J. White, who holds the pos ition of farmer In the state peni tentiary in Salem, brought Arthur Hulse here to testify In the W. B. Hunter case set for Wednesday. Mrs. White accompanied her hus band and they were guests of his brother, W. W. White, and wife. Mrs. W. J. White returned home Saturday, but he will remain to take Hulse back after he has testified. CITY LOT SALES. Levi Riley and Daniel Boyd have bought the frame building and lot on West Main street, three doors west of First street, of Burnaugh Mayfleld for $1500. They will put 1 new front on the building. Leonard Baker has bought the cot cage property on West Main street, known as the Charl3 Yandell place jf S. L. Burnaugh for $875. TEACHERS' MEETING. The Wallowa Cunty Teachers Association will hold Its first meeting of the school year at Joseph, Dec. 4 1909. All the teachers and friends Jf education In the county are cor dially invited to attend. Announcements concerning the pro $ram will appear later. Aubrey G. Smith, Stella M. Hooper. President Secretary. Plumbing Fixtures, Paints, Oils ind Glass at Keltner's hardware itore. 57b3 OS-TEOPA-THY. Let Us Not) Call Them Incurables. Ella Wheeler Wilcox, who has be some not less known for her broad ninded humanltarlanlsm and pro gressive thinking in mature life than he was famous for her poems of sen -iment and passion in earlier years, loins in the opposition to naming cer- aln of our hospitals and asylums 'Homes for Incurables." In a Chi- i ago newspaper of recent date she lad this to say: "Christian D. Larson, editor of Eternal Progress," Cincinnati, says ome eminently excellent things. He ipeaks particularly of the need of changing the names of some Institu- ions, first of all the 'homes for in- urables.' "Mr. Larson declares most emphat cally that the name of such an in- Jtitution militates against the health ind happiness of its Inmates He proceeds to state the fact, which each one of us can prove in our own jtradiLD ana ooaervauon, tnat a arge percentage of maladies di-c- claimed 'Incurable' by consulting phy- ncians have eventually been cured, ud that the sufferers' have Kone forth well and happy to enjoy many years of good health "Personally I know of one young woman who, through an accident, was paralyzed during three years, ind skilled specialist In America ind Europe pronounced her Incur able. Yet osteopathy cured her, and she Is robust and rejoicing to day." DEATH RECORD. Joseph D. Robinson. Joseph D. Robinson, for many years a resident of the Flora coun ty, died after a long (llnees at his home near Lower Lake, Cal., Novem ber 6, aged 71 yea.ro and 7 months. He leaves a widow, two sons and five daughters, Wm. E. and V. R. Robin- on. Mrs. H. H. Baker and Mrs. Jay Miller who reside In California, and Mrs. F. W. FiUratrlck and Mrs. W. S. Robinson of Lostlne, Mrs. Anna Bodmer, widow of the late Otto Bodmer. died at the home of her son, Harvey Bodmer, In Jo seph, Monday evening, November 8, at 6 o'clock, after a long Illness of cancer. Funeral was held at La i aim. THE NEW MEAT MARKET In the old Electric Theatre Building on River Street FRESH, SALT AND SMOKED MEATS EVERYTHING CLEAN . CUT RIGHT MEATS VEST & VEST PROPRIETORS Grande from the home of Mrs. In gels, Wednesday afternoon, burial a the La Grande cemetery. Anna Ochsner was born in Switz erland in 1854. She came to Amer ica with her parents at the age ol seven years, settling in Wisconsin where she married Otto Bodmer They came to the Grande Ronde val ley In 1887 and a few years latei moved to this county, settling at Paradise, where Mr. Bodmer died K years ago. She was the mother o eight sons and two daughters, o: whom the following survive: H. A of La Grande, A. R. and Vera o Joseph, Otto of Wallowa, Ernest and O. E. of Paradise, and Mrs Linda Chandler of Baker City. Al were present at the funeral. Mrs. Bodmer was a Christian wo man In the largest and best sense 3f the word. A loving and affec tlonate wife and mother, her chll dren are Jewels that testify to hei life work. Many friends sympathize with the bereaved ones. . DIED IN WALLA WALLA. From Walla Walla Union, Nov. 6 In the death of Edward A. Tins ley at his home. 215 West Aldei street, yesterday morning, this- city loses one of Its most respected clt Izens. He died after a prolonged Ill ness of lung trouble. The deceased was born In Misosur' February 17, 1879, and with his par ents moved to the Wallowa country In the year 1887, living there unti last April, when he moved to this city. On October 9, 1904, he mar rled Miss Florence Edgmand. two children being born as a result ol this union. Besides his wife and children the deceased Is survived by his father, F P. Tinsley, of Dayton; a brother, C E. Tinsley, of this city; and two sis ters who are Mrs. D W. Dorrance of Lowden, and Mrs. W. C. Dorrance of Joseph. The funeral will be held this after noon at 2 o'clock from MacMartin's chapel, Rev. R. C. Brooks officiating Interment will be In the city ceme tery. WARNING TO FISHERS. All persons are warned against Il legal fishing from gasoline boats after night. JOB OLEMONS, Deputy Game Warden. 80ME HOG3. R. E. Heskett, the well known rancher at Leap, recently delivered 1 hogs that tipped the scales 1842V4 pounds. He received 7 cents (or them or $128.97 for the four. Doors and Windows and Builders' hardware at Keltner's. 57b3 TOWNS THAT KNOW PUBLICITY VALUE (ContIn-d from front page.) man's auxiliary that will make Itself felt in many ways In furthering the efforts of the local commercial club In advertising Corvallis. A warm wel come Is given newcomers. Sltverton people, at a meeting dur- THE GOOD TOBACCO SHOP IS i HOMAN'S If You Prefer the Best Brands of Cigars or Smoking Tobacco you can always jret what you want here. Fine line of PIPES The same is true of all our Stock. Come in and see. PRENTISS HOMAN'S Next Door to Bank Enterprise, - - Oregon Ing the past week, raised a fund of over $2000 that will be still furthe increased. A strong commercial club has been organized with over 40 mem bers and it is promised this number will be raised to 100 soon. Sclo and Jefferson are In line for their share of publicity, having each raised $600 for development work in their section. All are alive to the benefit of working together as state league. Laldlaw is active. The develop ment league of that place is on the alert to advertise that part of Ore gon and it Is getting ahead as nev er before. Glendale at a mestlng Friday show ed a splendid get-tosether spirit and the people of that place are thorough ly wide-awake and entertaining. NOVEMBER TERM OF COUNTY COURT (Continued from First page.) office declared vacant. !n the matter of appointing a jus Ice of the peace for Wallowa dis trict: Now at this time the Court con slders the appointment of a Jus tlce of the peace for Wallowa dis trict, which office is vacant, caused by the resignation of J. A. Cox; and after the court being Bufflc iently advised In the matter It Is hereby considered and order ed, that A. G. Wigglesworth be and he hereby Is appointed, Jus tlce of the Peaoe for said district Third Judicial Day. .Friday, November 5, 1909 n the matter of appropriating money or Smith Mounla'n road: Now at this time the Court consid ens the matter of appropriating money for the Smith Mountain road which leads from the top of Smith Mountain to the Wallowa Canyon and after the Court fully consider ing the matter, It is hereby conHdered and ordered that 4100.00 te and the same Is hereby appropriated to be used on said road only. And further or dered that the Clerk draw a war rant in favor of Frank Victor, and he superintend the work. . rn the matter of appropriating mon y for the G. W. Harris road and bridge: . Now at this time the Court con slders the matter of appropriating money for the G. W. Harris road and bridge, and after the Court ' fully considering ths matter, It la hereby considered and order ed that $50.00 be, and the same Is hereby appropriated to be used on said road only, and not otherwise. It Is further ordered that the clerk v draw a warrant In favor of W. T. Bell, and he superintend the work In the matter of cancelling warrants presented by the Treasurer: Now at this time the County" Treas urer presents the Court with war rants which he has' paid for cancel latlon, and after the Court fully ex amines and checks the same, It Is hereby considered and order ed that the following amounts are cancelled to-wlt: 3eneral Fund $"986 93 High School 1420 19 Road Fund 960 86 County School 1001 95 institute Fund 75 00 Wagon journey to CENTRAL CALIFORNIA (Continued from first page.) September 24 we drove to Fall City ocated on the banks of Fall river, nd made camp over night. Here H rained all night and until noon the iexit day. After dinner we started m. we are now nnaing a. guu jf fruit, it being about the first fresh ' ii .1 Jnn1 fruit we have found since leaving home. WeVertalnly enjoyed It. We ill have good appetites by this time. We find ourselves picking up quite fast In flesh, except Mrs. Davis, who took sick shortly after starting on our trip; the cause we could not ac count for unless It was the change of water. Shortly after starting we missed our road and got off on a log ging road; not knowing it at the time, we climbed a steep hill that was all rocks. We thought It the The Bakery Fresh Bread and Fine Pastry WE ARE HERE TO PLEASE We Solicit Your Patronage 11. V. MOORE, Manager River St., 2 doors south of Funk 'a. roughest public road we ever traveled but we kept going on It for seven miles and finally ran entirely out of a road. So we then took a back track, and started on- the right road. We are now camped at the head of Surney Valley and are making tracks 'ly. We have come a distance of 9 miles today. Mr. Wortman who drove the horse we gave away, was low missing him, and taking It pret ty hard. The girls were Joshing him 10 much on his missing companion .hey threatened to get some black 3repe for his hat, but could not get my at the present time so they et it go. Shortly after leaving our camp grounds there we started thru '.he Fall River canyon which was 9 nlles through. The Fall river ran lown through It on' one side and the road, went down the opposite side wery few feet the river making falls nade It very beautiful through this canyon, also large rocks and cliffs of 11 shapes and sizes hanging over Us hanks and falls made It very pretty Evergreens also mixed among the vk. The largest fall was about ,0 feet, and about 5 feet from that mother fall 35 feet. All colors could e seen among the falls. After view ng this beautiful place, we went on uid shortly after we left the canyon ve came to several tall, sharp tocks vhlch lokked like Indian tepees. We hought they were but as we drew iloser we found them to be a sort, Imev rock, but they were cut up md fire places cut in them and enches, stoves, and different things ,-ut In them that were very interest- ng and amusing, which we all had to ttop and examine. While we were stopped, Mr. Littleton, who had his lodak with him, had the girls climb lp on the tall rocks and then he took leveral snap-shots of them. We Jour- leyed onward getting to Burney Val- ey at 4 o'clock and camped for the light. (To be continued.) United States Land Notices Oi-STnRATinM TO ENTRY t Ijinris In National rorem, u"v;o . lereby given that the lands described elow, embracing 472 acres, within the .Vallowa National Forest, Oregon, will ,o auhlect to settlement and entry un ler the provisions of the homestead aws of the United States and the act f June 11, 1908, (34 Stat., 233), at he TTntted States land office at La Jrande. Oregon, on January 10, 1910 .ny settler who was actually- ana in :ood faith claiming any of said lanas or agricultural purposes prior to Jan--ary 1. 1906, and has not abandoned ame, has a pre.erence rignv la ra" i homestead entry for the lands actu- lally occupied. Said lands were listed ipon the applications or me peiuon nentioned below, who have a prefer- snce right Bubject to the prior right jf any such settler, provided such set ler or applicant Is qualified to make nomestead entry and the preference Ight Is exercised prior to January 10, 910, on which date the lands will be iitbject to settlement and entry by any -manned Derson. The lanas are as follows: The SE, Sec. 20, T. 4 N., K. 13 E, W. M., listed upon the appllca ion of J. E. Hylton, of Powwatka, Ore on. List 6-31. The W V4 or isci ana the Wi of SE14, Sec. 17, T. 3 N., K. 19 E., listed upon the application of fames W. Alford, of Chlco, Oregon List 6-36. A tract approximately 32 lores within what will probably be hen surveyed, Ses. 4, T. 5 S., R. 49 1, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a bowlder 30x24x24 inches whence the mouth of Squaw creek at ilgh water mark bears S. 2.80 chains xtendinir thence N. 53 deg. 30 mln. AT.. 7.46 chains: thence N- 13 deg. E., 31 halns: thence 8. 79 deg. E. 11.80 halns to a rock monument at high water mark of Snake Kiver; tnence south along the said high water mark to the place of beginning. Variation 20 leg. E. Listed upon the application of Wm. P. Gregg, of Homestead, Oregon. List 6-125. The SE of NW14 and the EVi of SWK, Sec. 7. T. 2 N., R. 46 E., Isted upon application of Ira C. En- llcott, of Chlco, Oregon. List (-204. Fred Dennett, Commissioner of the Gen eral Land Office. . Approved, October 26 1909, Frank Pierce, First Assistant Sec retary of the Interior. 12c4 NOTICE) FOR PUBLICATION ISO LATED TRACT. PUBLIC LAND SALE. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Or egon, November 5t"h, 1909. Notice Is hereby given that, as di rected by the Commissioner of the General Land Office, under provis ions of Act of Congress approved June 27, 1906 (31 Stats., 517) we will offer at pubMc sale, to the high- ast bidder, at 10 o'clock a. m., on the 23d day of December, 1909, at this office the following-described land: The W,i SB Sec. 14. T. 1 N, R. 45 E. W. M Serial No. 06321. Any persons claiming adverse- the above-described land are ad vised to file their claims, or objec tions, on or before the time desig nated for sale. I2c5 F. C. B RAM WELL, Register. COLON R. EBERHARD, Receiver. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department! of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Oregon, October 26th, 1909. Notice is hereby given that Carl Keener, of Enterprise, Oregon, who, on October 13th, 1904, made Home stead Entry No. 13863, Serial, No, 04255, for SBVi SWVi Section 5, E NW, SW NE, Section 8, Township 1 South, Range 45 East, .Vlllaroette Meridian, lias filed notice of Intention to make Final five year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. M. Lock wood, U. S. Commissioner, at his office, at Enterprise, Oregon, on the 22nd day of December, 1909. . Claimant names as witnesses: A. H. Sasser, J. D. Braughton, George Wagner, Newton Hammack, all of Enterprise, Oregon. 10c5 F. C. BRAMWELL, Register, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Oregon. Oct. 11, 1909, Notice Is hereby given that George S. Craig, whose postotflce address is Enterprise, Wallowa County, Ore gon, did on the 2nd day of Febru ary, 1909, file In this office Sworn Statement and Application, No. 03455, to purchase the SW of SEVi, Sec tion 12, Township 2 S., Range 43 E., Willamette Meridian, and the timber thereon, under the provisions of the act of June 3, 1878, and acts imendatory, known as the "Timber and Stone Law," at such value as might be fixed by appraisement, and .hat, pursuant to such application, the land and timber thereon havt been appraised, the timber estimated 00000 board feet at 90.80 per M, md the land $20.00; that said appli cant will offer final proof In support 3f his application and sworn state ment on the 28th day of December, 1909, before C. M. Lockwood, U. S. Commissioner, at his office, at Enter prise, Oregon. Any person Is at liberty to protest this purchase before entry, or Inltl ite a contest at any time before pat ent Issues, by filing a corroborated affidavit in this office, alleging facts which would defeat the entry. Sell F. C. BRAMWELL. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at La Grande. Oregon. Oct. 11, 1909. Notice is hereby) given that William 3. Davis, of Joseph, Oregon, who, on December 27, 1907, made Homestead entry No. 15731 Serial, No. 05219, 'or Lots 3, 4, 5 and 6, Section 3, Township 1 S., Range 46 E., Wil lamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Commuta tion Proof, to establish claim to he land above described, before John A. Rumble, U. S Commission- 3r, at his office, at Joseph, Oregon, n the 6th day of December, 1909. Claimant; names as witnesses: Ar hur Dodson, of Joseph, Oregon; Fred A. Gay lord, of Joseph, Oregon: James Steen, of Zumwalt, Oregon; E. Frank Sargent, of Enterprise, Oregon. Sc6 F. C. BRAMWELL. Register. Legal AiraieMts NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice la hereby given that the undersigned administrator with the will annexed of the estate of R. James Beard, deceased, has filed his final account of the administration of said estate with the Clerk of the County Court of Wallowa Coun ty, Oregon, and the Judge of said Court has fixed Saturday, November 20th, 1909, at ten o'clock In the fore noon of said day as the time for hearing objections thereto. All persons interested In said es tate are hereby notified to file their objections, It any they have, with the Clerk of said Court on or before said day. Dated this 14th day of October, 1909. W. B. APP LEGATE, Administrator with the will annexed of the Estate of R. James Beard, deceased. Burleigh ft Boyd, Attorneys for Ad ministrator. 9c5 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. In the County Court of the State of Oregon for Wallowa County. In the Matter of the Estate of Mary A. Cramer, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has filed with the Clerk of the above named court, his final account and report as administrator of the above named estate and the Judge of the said Court has fixed up on Monday, December 6th, 1909, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m at the County Court House In the City of Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon, as the place for final hearing of said report and account and all objec tions thereto and why said s estate ' should not be closed and settled as provided by law. HIRAM C. CRAMER. Administrator. . Dated this 13th day of October, 1909. Conaway A Corklns, Attorneys for Administrator. Get yoar winter cabbage and aauer kraut. A. M. Waener. Enterarlse.