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Influence Of Religion. By Cardinal JAMES GIBBONS. t ELIGION TEACHES ME ; OF THE SAME FATHER. BROTHERS AND SISTERS OF THE SAME REDEEMER AND CONSEQUENTLY MEMBERS OF THE SAME FAMILY. IT TEACHES ME JL V " THE BROTHERHOOD OF HUMANITY. ER OF CHARITY, and charity is the guardian of civilty and good breeding, and good breeding is ono of the essential elements of the well being of society. Worldly politeness devoid of religion is cold, formal and heartless. It soon degenerates into hollow ceremony. Good breeding, inspired by religion and charity, inculcates a constant SELF DENIAL. It is SINCERE AND UNAFFECTED, it has the ring of the genuine coin, it passes current everywhere, and it is easily distinguished from the counterfeit. The CHRISTIAN RELIGION IS ALL' PERVADING. It influences the master and the servant, the rich and the poor. It AD MONISHES THE MASTER TO EE KIND and humane toward bis servant by reminding him that lie also has a master in heaven who bas no respect to persons. It ADMONISHES THE SERVANT TO BE DOCILE AND OBEDIENT to his master, "not serving to the eye as it were pleasing men, but, a3 the servant of Christ, doing the will of God from the heart." It charges the rich not to be high minded NOR TO TRUST IN UNCERTAIN RICHES, but in the living God, who "giveth us abundantly all things to enjoy." It counsels the poor to BEAR THEIR PRIVATIONS WITH RESIGNATION by setting before them the life of him who, in the words of the apostle, "being rich, be came poor for your sake, that, through his poverty, you might bo rich." t IN A WORD, RELIGION IS ANTERIOR TO 80CIETY AND MORE ENDURING) THAN GOVERNMENTS. IT IS THE FOCUS OF ALL 80 CIAL VIRTUES, THE BASIS OF PUBLIC MORALS, THE MOST POW ERFUL INSTRUMENT IN THE HANDS OF LEGISLATORS. IT 13 STRONGER THAN SELF INTEREST, MORE AWE INSPIRING THAN CIVIL THREATS, MORE UNIVERSAL THAN HONOR, MORE ACTIVE THAN LOVE OF COUNTRY. Modern Conditions Endanger Nation's Eyesight. Br Profeaor WILLIAM T. SEDGWICK of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. INTERMITTENT ELECTRIC LIGHTS, BIG ELECTRIC DISPLAY 8IGNS, STRONG ELECTRIC READING LIGHTS, MOVING PIC TURES. THE "DAY-NIGHT" OF THE BIG CITIES, THE 8TRAIN OF "NEAR" WORK, THE RAPIDITY OF BUSINESS ALL THE8E MODERN CONDITIONS ARE CONDUCIVE TO GEN ERAL WEAKNE8S OF THE EYES. We are all suffering from Americanitis that "ALMOST DIS EASE" which is the bane of this country. Everybody who Uvea hero long enough gets it. It stands for a lot that is not very desirable, and the long standing sufferer from Americanitis has to pay for his game. Years of rushing, cWe application to work, overexertion, TRYING TO CROWD WEEKS INTO DAYS, burning both ends at once, striving to do two things at the samo time, laboring not only to get money, but also to spend it, attempting to bo socially as successful as financially, FOR GETTING ALL ABOUT LEISURE, trying to make up'by two weeks' vacation tho wasto of a year all these things tend to WEAKEN THE SYSTEM. THE EYES ARE DELICATE ORGANS. THEY CAN 8TAND 80 MUCH AND NO MORE. AND IF THE 8TRAIN ON THEM IS TOO GREAT THEY MUST GIVE WAY. THAT IS THE REASON WHY WEAK EYES ARE 80 VERY COMMON. "Get Ready h n ,4-1 Y1 Panama Canal' By JOHN BARRETT, Director of tht International Bureau of American Republics. C 7 is t'Ul HE Tanama canal i yet the United States M A lUiADY l'On IT. THE GREAT INDUSTRIAL INTERESTS SHOULD BEGIN TO 8TUDY, INTIMATELY THE FIELD OF TRADE LYING BEYOND THE CANAL. AND THE NATIONAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS SHOULD BE 8YSTEMAT . ICALLY IMPROVING OUR RIVERS AND HARBORS SO THAT THE WATER A3 WELL AS LAND TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES OF THE UNITED 8TATES WILL ENABLE IT TO COMPETE SUCCESSFULLY WITH OTHER NATIONS USING THE CANAL. t n Directly south from the canal is a coast line of five thousand miles, Teaching from Panama to Patagonia, upon which practically debouch Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Chile, all countries of vast potentialities and conducting now in their isolated location an annual foreign commerce valued at three hundred million dollars. The canal, opened, will MAKE THIS GROW IN TEN YEARS TO ONE BILLION DOLLARS, OR TWICE THE COST OF THE CANAL Northwest from the canal, or from Pan ama to San Diego, is another const lino of three thousand miles upon which debouch tho five Central American republics and Mexico and a foreign trade worth now one hundred million dollars. Thero are, then, in short, eight thousand miles of resourceful coast line now doing against heavy odds a foreign trado of four hundred million dol lar and representing twelve different countries which WILL SUD DENLY BE PLACED INTO CLOSE PROXIMITY WITH THE UNITED STATES WHEN THE CANAL IS COMPLETED, only five; yeara from now. Certainly the United States must begin to "QET READY FOR THE PANAMA CANAL," Copyright by Waldon Faweett THAT WE ARE ALL CHILDREN Religion, therefore, is the FOSTERING MOTH will be complete in five years, and is DOING LITTLE TO GET United States Land Notices D ESTORATION to entky of Lnds in National Forest. Notice la hereby given that the lands described below, embracing 239.64 acres, within the Wallowa National Forest, Oregon, will be subject to settlement and entry under the provisions of the homestead laws of the United States and the Act of June 11, 1906 (34 Stat., 233), at the United States land office at La Grande, Oregon, on May 24, 1810. Any settler who was actually and In good fuitli claiming any of said lands for agricultural purposes prior to January 1, 1906, and has not abandoned same, has a preference right to make a home stead entry for the lands actually oc cupied. Said lands were listed upon the applications of the persons men. tioned below, who have a preference right subject to the prior right of any such Bettler, provided such settler or applicant is qualified to make home stead entry and' the preference right la exercised prior to May 24, 1910, on which date the lands will be subject to settlement and entry by any qualified person. The lands are as follows: The SW14 of SE of NW of NW4, the SE of SW4 of NW14 of NW14. the Ei of SW of NW54, the Eft of VV4 of SW of NW14, the Eft of Wft of SW, the Eli ' WV4 of NW 4 of SWK, the SWK of NE54 of SW V4, the 814 of NW of NE of SW H, the WV4 of SE14 of NEV4 of SW14. and the SE. of SW14, Sec. 9, T. 3 N., IU9 E., W. M., 145 acres, application of Leonard B. Foster, of Imnaha, Ore gon; List 6-247. A tract of approxi mately 94.64 acres within unsurveyed but what will probably be,, when sur veyed. Sec 24, T. 1 N., R. 60 E., and See. 19, T. 1 N., R. 61 E., W. M., de scribed by metes and bounds as fol lows: Beginning at Forest Service Mon ument, which Is Identical with corner No. 12 of the Temperance! Mining Claim No. 482, and which is located 6-76 chains west and 14.90 chains south of Hie 14 section corner located on the east boundary of Sec. 24, T. 1 N., R. 50 E.; extending thence N. 40 deg. E. 16.76 chains; thence E. 6 chains; thence N. 6 deg. W. 2 chains; thence N. 64 deg. 30 mln. W. 28.84 chains; thence 3. 78 deg. W. 29.08. chains; thence S. 6 chains; thence S. 64 deg. E. 37.86 chains; thence N. 70 deg. E. 6 chains to the place of beginning. Variation 21 deg. 40 mln. R Said tract! was list ed upon the application of W. S. Brock inan, of White Bird, Idaho; List 6-249. 9. V. Proudflt, Assistant Commission er of the General Land Office, Ap proved March 6, 1910. Frank Pierce, First Assistant Secretary of the In terior. S0c4 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISO LATED TRACT: PUBLIC LAND SALE. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at LaGrande, Oregon, February 11, 1910. . Notice 1s hereby given that, as di rected by the Commissioner ol the General Land Office, under provl alone of Act of Congress approved June 27, 1906 (34 Stats., 617), we will offer at public tale, to the highest bidder, at 10 o'clock a. to., on. the 24lh day of March, 1910, at this of fice, the following described land: The SE Sec. 20, T. 1 N., R. 45 E. W. M., Serial No. 07159.. Any personal claiming adversely the above described land are advised to file their claims, or objections, on or before the time designated! for sale. F. C. BRA M WELL, Register. COLON R. EBBRHARD, Receiver. 265 NOTICE) FOR PUBLICATION. Depaartnient of the Interior. United States Land Office at La Grande, Oregon, February 26th, 1910. Notice do hereby given that Fred Zumwalt, of Zumwalt, Oregon, who an May, 25th, 1903, made Homestead No. 12934, Serial, No. 03939, for Stt NE and NH SEtt. Section 29, Township 2 North, Range 47 East, Willamette Meridian, haa filed notice of Intention to make Final Five Year t i.i.j., wt establish claim to the land alove ucdU'iueJ, be.oi C. M. Lock wood, United Sta'es Commissioner, at his ou'ioe, at Enterprise, Oregon, mi the 2lst day of April, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: Joseph lilul, o. 4uiiiwa.lL, - -Oon, Otnor Stubblef'.eld, of Zumwalt, Or egon. Ed Lord, of Zumwalt, Oregon, Horace Dale, of Zumwalt, Oregon. 30c5 F. C. BRAMWELL, Register. THE GOOD TOBACCO SHOP IS HOMAN'S If You Prefer the Best Brand3 of Cigars or SmoKing Tobacco you can always tret 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 Led Advertisements SHERIFF'S 8ALE OF REAL PROP ERTY. Notice Is hereby given, , That by virtue of an execution; duly issued out of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Wal lowa, end to me directed on the 1st day of March, 1910, upon a judgment end decree of foreclosure, duly "ren dered, entered of record and docket ed In and by said Court on the 2 4.-th day of February, 1910, la a certain suit then. In said Court pending, wherein Schuyler C. Himelwright was plaintiff and Albert W. Hodgln and Sarah Vies, Hodgln vere de fendants, In favor of plaintiff end against said defendants, by which execution. I am commanded to sell the property in said execution and hereinafter described to pay the sum due the plaintiff of Eighteen Hundred and Forty-three and 85-100 Dollars, with Interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the 24th day of February, 1910, until paid, and the further sum of 150.00 a? plaintiff's attorney's fees, together with the costs and disbursements Of said suit taxed at 50.80, and costs and expenses of said execu tion, I will on Saturday, the 9th clay of April, 1910, at the hour of ten o'clock A. M. of said day ab the front door of the County Court House- to Enterprise, Wallowa Coun ty, Oregon, sell at public auction to 'the highest bidder for cash in band on the day of sale, all the right, title, Interest and estate which said defendants, Albert W. Hodgln and Sarah Visa Hodgln, or either of them, and all persons claiming under them subsequent to the 12th day of December. 1907, had, since acquired, or now have, in, of and to said real property hereinbefore men tioned, described In said execution as follows, to-wlt: The SW of the SE of SecUon 28, the NBV4 of the SE, of Sec tion, 22, the WV6 of- the SW of Section 23, the NW of Sec tion 26, the BMi of the NEVi and EV& of the SE of Section 27, the NW of the NEVi and the NEVi of NWVi, of Section 27, and the SW of the SEVi and the SB !4 of thei SWVi of Section, 22, all -n Tcjwnshlp Two(2) South, of Range Forty-eight (48) East, W. M, in Wallowa county, Oregon. ' Said sals being made subject to redemption la the manner provided by law. j Dated this 1st day of March, 1910. V 28c8 . . EDGAR MARVIN, Sheriff of Wallowa County, Oregon. SUMMONS. Iu tho Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Wallowa County. Max Gumerman, Plaintiff, vs. Helena J. C Gumerman, Defendant. To Helena J. C. Gumerman, the above-named defendant: In the name of the State of Oregon,-You are hereby commanded and required to appear and answer or otherwise plead to the complaint filed against you in the above en titled Court and cause on or before the expiration of six weeks from the date of the first publication of this Summons, which date of first publication Is Thursday, March 17, 1910, and If you fall to appear and answer or otherwise plead within tUu time, for want thereof, the plalntlf will1 apply to the above en titled . Court for the relief prayed for In his said complaint, which re lief is for a decree of absolute di vorce from the defendant upon the grounds of desertion, and for such' other relief as to the Court shall seam equitable. You will further take notice that this summons . is served upon you by publication In the Wallowa Chief tain, a weekly newspaper published at Enterprise, Wallowa County, Ore gon, for the full period of six con secutive weeks, commencing' with the Issue of March 17, 1910, pursu ant to an order of the Honorable J B. Olmsted, County Judge of Wal lowa County, Orgeon, made and en tered on the 16th day of March, 1910. BURBIGH ft BOYD, 30o7 ' Attorneys for Plaintiff. Don't fall to see our 110.00, $15.00 and $20.00 men's suits. W. J, Funk ft Co. I n fl C ENTERPRISE LODGE, No i,u. u r.iu. emerald rebekah Lodge, no. 119 1 1 . n ENTERPRISE LODGE, No r. orr. . IUANITA dlstara TEMPLE, No. T, Pythlar infill in ENTERPRISE CUAPTEH 111 null III UNo. SO. Royal Arch Mason WALLOWA LODGE, No. U, A. P. A. st. Mill 1 EAOLE CAMP, N. 1M7. M .A.W. A HhIi first and thin Thursdays la Mtrh month. In bow Fra tarnal hall . VUHlnc Nolshbora alway loom. CHAS. THOMAS, Consul. JAS. W, RODGERS. CVsrk. ANEROID CAMP. No. SMS, R N. of A. Wn Uj ENTERPRISE CAMP. No .U.lf. m. w. et w. ALMOTA CIRCLE, No. 171. W. of W. To jthe Citizens of Wallowa County: It is our purpose to handle any business entrusted to us in such a fair and liberal . manner as to maKe the customer's rela tion with this banK satisfactory and profitable. 11 Aside from our excellent facilities, this bank has the advantage' of a large capital and substantial list of stockholders. It is also a State Deposi- , , ' , tory. If j'ou are not a customer we . invite you to become one. -t . " Stockgrowers anil Farmers National Bank Wallowa, Oregon J. D.WALCK Real Estate Dealer NOTARY PUBLTO Mitchell Hotel Block JOSEPH. OREGON v L. BERLAND Dealer in Harness, Saddles, Chapps, Spurs and Leather Goods of all descriptions. I will fit you out . with the best goods for the least j money. When in need of anything in my line, call and ' inspect my stock before purchasing, -v ; ; ; '. ENTERPRISE, - - - - OREGON e x3 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. In th3 Circuit Court of tho Stato ot Oregon, for Wallowa County. A. Levy, Plaintiff. vs. Calvin Smith and Jesel Smith, De fendants. Notice Is hereby given, That by virtue of an execution, judgment or der and decree duly iesjed out of and under the seal of the above entitled Court In tho above entitled cause to me duly directed and dated the 28th day of Febru ary, 1910, upon a Judgment rendered ed a.n? entered in said Court on the 3th day of November, 1909, in favor of A. Levy, plaintiff, -nd against Calvin Smith and Jessie Smith, de fendants, for the sum ot Twelve Hundred LMighty and 65-100 Dollars with dwtoreot thereon from Novem ber 8th, 1909, at 10 per cent per annum, and the further sum of One Hundred Fifty Dollars with Inter eat thereon from the 8th day) of) No vember, 1909, and the further sum of $19.00 coats . and disbursements and the costs of and upon this writ, commanding me to make sal of the following described real proper ty, to-wit: The northeist quarter of the north west Quarter, the west half of the northeast quarter, and the northwest quarter of tb southeast quarter of section twenty-eeven In township two north ot range forty-five East V. M. and la Wallowa County, Ore son. Now, therefore by virtue of said axecutlon, judgment order and de cree and la compliance with the commands of said writ, I will, on Saturday, the 2nd day of April 1910, at the hour of ten o'clock A. M. at the front door of the County Court House, in the City of Enter prise, Wallowa County, Oregon, sell at public auction, subject to redemp tion, to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all the right, title, inter est and claim which the within nam ed defendants or either of them had on the date of the mortgage herein, or since had, In and to the above de scribed real property or any part thereof, to satisfy said execution, Judgment order and decree. 28c5 . EDGAR MARVIN, Sheriff of Wallowa County, Oregon. BURLEIGH ft BOYD, Attorney for' Plaintiff. Chamberlain's Stomach and liver Tablets are safe, sure and reliable, and have been praised by thousands jf women who have been restored o health through their gentle aid ind curative properties. Sold bv all IrugglsU. W do Clret-olaM job work. 3crj xx!t?txxj( K Splendid Overall for every use. Cut generous ly full. Two hip pockets. Felled seams. Continuous fly. ; : foUtrtdltulM. MURPHY, GRANT ICO. 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