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JULY 1910 ri.-t Ttat. fri. Set. 77 i 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 M 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 -I- Lodge Directory Ifl fi C ENTERPRISE LODGE, No ,UU. 1.151 EMERALD REBEKAH LODGE, No. 119 Kn ENTERPRISE LODGE, . of r. 4. . JUAN1TA Sisters. TEMPLE, No. t, Pythias RRlCnillO ENTERPRISE CHAPTKK IYIAuUNiUno. 30. Roysl Arch Masons WALLOWA LODGE, Na it, A. F. A A. M-. tlf s EAGLE CAMP, No. HUM, M . TI.A. W. A Meets first and third Thursday In each month, In new Fra ternal balL Visiting Neighbors always welcome. CHAS. THOMAS, CodsuI. JAS. W, RODGfiRS, Clerk. ANEROID CAMP, Na 3642, R N. of A. Wn III ENTERPRISE .U. 11. 535. W. of W. CAMP, No A LMOTA CIRCLE. Na 278. W. of W. THE GOOD TOBACCO SHOP IS HOIYIAN'S If You Prefer the Best Brands of Cigars or SmoKing Tobacco you can always Ret 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 The Giant Bible. There Is lu me Royal library at Ptnckholtn among nlber curiosities a manuscript work known a the giant Bible nn account of its extraordinary dimension. It measures 00 centime ters In length and Is 60 rVnt (meters In breadib-tbat Is. about 35 by 19 locb.es. It requires three men to lift It. There are 30 pages, but seven buve been lost. The purcti inetit of wblcb the book Is coiupsied required the skins of WO asses. There are two columns on each pnge. and tbe book contains tbe Old and New lpstauieuta. i with extracts ; from Joseph us. Tbe Initial letters are Illuminated. Tbe binding Is of oak, four and one-halt centimeters In tblckuess. Tbe book narrowly escaped destruction In the fire In the royal palace of Stockholm lu 1(!07. It wus saved, but somewhat damaged, by belli: thrown out of a window. l-ouilou iilobe. RE HATHED-fl HiSER AGE! IT . mmple Latett Model "fUnRot" Wrycle furnlsheU by us. Oiir-veir ftukinff mony tait. MU MUNUV KKiHllkKl) f rug jaw to anyone, ativwheie in the V . ,S. now a AJAaa a-ivtka put 10 any uat you witn. u keep tlie bicycle alup it ba. It to rfiPTniiY PBirr! W lunush the h ul.et eruae btcyclea it it poasible to make lAWIUUI rnliWsVjtJ at una anull pn'fit otwve actu.il uctory cost. You save fto to $n middlemen's, vroltl by nice belaud VuUT Dlcvcla. 1 mm t my ra.- until you receive nor caulrKuta and leant uur unheard oi Jutrj trim and nwuirkahii tfrcud ttftrt to ntur agonc. KT'I Till I MTflKirfilrTrl hcn ott tveeive our beautiful catalortM and IWU WILL hS. AiUilw8Jk.U Rll,dy o- vh rvidtli at the usmtitrf;! rrKirtwecanm8UeyouthU than a: otticr lactorr. Wo ltl. VC'i.H Iti'AI l- UH. vnu 1 ilouMt onr oricfi. Ordcri Tilled tlie f' nam 11 v have a nu:nbef ou hand taken n nrnmuli at orif mn'iinv from tHA in t :t tWAdlLA'alMiiAa.a, aquiptnent ol all Tdnda at Motf ' mmm mm ai m mwtm cci chea. inn Tinrc sampli fill -ae.S.I.IItU I I 1 J Thi rrtr rHait trbi oHhut Hrtt ft fi.SOttrp.ur,blmlTMimt w trill M ttllnliamtUtirftiTHMU-i:3willlorilm4.&j), ID MGSETR033LE FIO FUI.37U3E3 NAII.S, Tnks or Glass wl Ir ouu 8isty thoiiannd pal Over two bunJred IliuuMud DESOBIPTIOtrt Mvle Ins lud easyrtUinR-.veryduiaulvan eud eaityriUinK.veryduiableand apecial quality uf rubber, which never becomes jHjiuuaaiul whitll clof-a up small puncturea wttltont allore. ViK tti air toea.-aie. we nuvc iiuiioi a air to ewai. We liuiw lumdreds of Ictteru SLdcuatomersataunitnal their tiretris-neonlyb dcualumeraalaunfthat their irehaTonlybren vp once or twice in swliulesoMaon. Tlit-ywei ;h oot;wret)ir.:i n ordinary tire, the puncture reltiuu quulilicabui jh Kic u . trr-ad. The regular priceof tlieae Urea ia;S.jo per edvertlainitpurvuacMweareriiaklnisapcvuillnclorypriceto in nuer ol ouiy y.oo per pair, au otuers anippeu s; lruval. You do not pay s rent until you tm- "-ininel and fouml litem strictly as represented we will allow s raah dlaoount of prr,.xiTi t". hereby makinK the price . per pair) if yoa end Hil.L CASU Willi OltUKU eiTTl enclcwe this sdvertiaement. Yoa run no ii-k in k. jdinf us sa order ss the luca may. be returuwt at OUU exnenae If forsuyreoaon they are tv ft satisfactory on examination. We ere perfectly rellnble and nwucy sent to ua U ss safe aa In e tunk. If you order e pair of the lire, yoa will find that they will ride easier, run foster, ' wear better, last longer aud look finer than any tire vou have ever used or seen at any price. We know I ist you will be to well pleated that when yrtt want a bicycle yon will give us your order. V waul you to send ua a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire otter. rjr rYlff BtCTn T"fn trC ehm'lbuy any kind at any price until yon send for a pair of It" I UfJ tittU MIHmM Itedgethorn V11 net me-I've if tliva on aprn-at and trial at the special introduciory price quoted alwve; or write l'ir our b' 1 ire and Sundry Catalogue which tteacribea and quotes sit makes snd kinds 01 tirv at about halt the naual prices. rtft Urty WAFT lutwnteiiaepoal ""lay. rl' Hi l K tlf I1UVINO a bicycle mjM IwU& wWWl ee pair of litrs Irom anyone until you know the new and wonUeriul CUcrs we are making. It ouly coats a poauil to A. L r.:EfJ) CYCLE CC?.iPflHY, CHICAGO, ILL J.D.WALCK ReE ' NOTARY" PUBLIC '-'-;t , ; Mitchell Hotel Block - -..JOSEPH. OREGON lilt NEWS RECORD (TwM-Week.) ,AS INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Formerly the Wallowa News, stab- bshed March S. 1899. Published Wednesdays and Satur day at Enterprise. Oregon, by THE ENTERPRISE PRESS Jffice East side Court House Square 'Entered as second-class matter lanuary 2. 1309, at the postofflce at enterprise. Oregon, under the Act of Iarch 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: One year $2, ix months $1, three mouths 50c, one month 20c. On yearly cash-In- idvance subscriptions a discount of i5c Is' given. 8ATURDAY, JULY 16, 1910. Didn't Like Course Dinners. A colored f oiiian. native of tbe south, bnd been working tor a Cat dwelling family of oioderate means in tbe east end. but resigned recently to accept a place bringing higher wages with a weattby family wbo "Ire In a large house nu Km-lld beigbts anil have their dlDner nerved in courses every night Just as if tti.-re una com pany. This colored woman hiid been brought up to put everything on tbe table at once, witb tbe exception pos sibly of tbe dessert, and did not take kindly to the course system. A few days ago her. former mistress met ber on tbe street and Inquired bow she liked her uew place. "Oh. not ve'y welL" she replied. "1 don't like this by ah way of su'vin' things In cou'ses. Tbe's too much biffin' o' the dishes fo' tbe fewness o' tbe vltlles." Cleveland I'luin Dealer. The Scotsman's English. A tnie specimen of tbe highland man's diGlculties witb tbe English lan guage; Farmer (who bud Instructed his' Gaelic shepherd to look fur a number of sheep that bad waudered from tbe foldi Well. Donald, buve you found them? f-i i "Aye. mister." ' "Where did yon get I hem':" "Well, got two by Itself, one to gether and - three mixing one of Me I'bearsno's." lxndou News. Growing Bananas. Bananas ure, ns h rule, planted out systematically In rows, the "suckers" being pluced lit ho average of teu feet apart.'- Tbe buminu plnnt bears only oue buucb tit a lime, but II Is a quick grower, yielding Its fruit lu twelve to fourteen mouths. When the plant is about six mouths old a second "suck er" or sbnot Ik allowed to spring from tbe root, a third after the ninth month, and so ou. sd tbut after tbe first year there Is a coutluuuus crop being reaped Books. For the greater part of Its life a book Is an article of furniture and stand upon the shelf to decorate the library with Its natch of color and pow of kindly associations, but from lime to time there occur those crises of Us exlsteuce when It is taken down and read. London Athenaeum. Repartee. ' "Hut why are you lu mourning?" ' "Oh.' for my sins." . ' "(See! I ditVn't know you'd lost any? Clevelund Lender. IHEACHT0WB and district to ride and exhibit a Airtn9 v-eTV v Kcra an inn ririicH,ari ami sMtai ffrref tit one, a until v. mi ri elve mil mu.mv r.f wni.r lurvA. Whfi ttVAvi cw dtfrnit advance, Prfay frtigkt, am If yu r Him nut ixrrtcuiy .iiiuu-d or do not with to hial ouiini wiui :n lime ynu may rule trie tucycic yu are www nut perfectly taiu tied or do nut wi ui at uur t aitusa anJ vou tviilwtoi tt ot on cni. buyinir thrfct nl us and have the manufacturer's giur- IvJ Aill' 111 V a inevrie nr a tiiirnl nr.. fmm hmmj yunr. 'v are tttli - : 1. 1: r.it'e bicycles for lens money I'M ut atove faetunr ctat. r m at- 1 i . .v rfrh.t!.- LUJo yuur own iuiim putt vt trade hv our I'hict.t'j riAil siurn. Thi ie we clmi uut nr MIO. I cv rtnt iv K.rvtti ltsr n,aile4 ff. ti atiaW rtU frutu r. m anM.ia m mrm m. rl ZJUMfLK. , I 'Ml If alia "J 10 INTl3DUGZ,OHLT f'fll"M.,'J V? Vf ."5 - iir" IL'lj wta not Int the tV . S C"tv"?J 7 .'!?' f V-V -u f re sola last year. V' 1 - v'' J --i '. , i'v (v M s pairs now in use. 'T -A; iv'tT,:.;'. "ti ?i ndlia.-aial.lewUar-:;. V. tjU ''X. 5liAy'.,V' 7 from aju Is'ottce tbe thtotc mhtior tiwad pumpi.l unci uuutnr afrtpe -!' hu -1, Kiau run scrip -u-to irvriit riiu etultlnic. This tire wilt outlivil any other cutkei-sitrr. tLAailU aud pair.but (r same oay letter i recetnu. we snip c o. 11. on lco.ru eyerythiLg. Write It M1W, NEWS PARAGRAPHS "FROM OTHER CLTIES III OREGON Hood river rancher in the Oak Grove sections have crit the wages of the Japanese laborers and agreed not to pay more than $L'3 a day. The association formed for tie pur pose of holding a carnival on Coos Bay during August is planning the largest public entertainment that bus ever taken place in thai county ' The Rogue River valley will ship 1000 cars of frufct this year, of which 400 cars wiU be-'pears, and 300 cars will be apples. The present crop is pronounced the finest in the history of the valley. The detailed crop report of th de partment of agriculture shows the con dition of Winter wheat In Oregon, at harvest this year, to hare been 83, or 8 per cent above what it wa3 lat years. This is a decline, however, of 4 per cent since June 1, last V s L. W. Clapp, stage line operator, has established an automobile service between Klamath Falls and Crater Lake. Mr. Clapp has , the contract with the Southern Pacific to handle the through passenger service from San Francisco to Crater Lake. Jesse Powers escaped from his nurse at tbe Prineville hospital and ran for 25 miles over sand and stony ground bare footed and in his night clothes before being overtaken by Sheriff Elks in his auto. The largest Influx of settlers over known into the Northwest, and espe cially Oregon, is expected this fall. Some time within the next few weeks a conference of the Transcontinental Passenger association w'll be held n Chicago and 'arrangements will then be made for the fall colonist rates. J. S. Trumble, a small dairy farmer of Forest Grove, has received word that he Is one of about 20 heirs to a $400,000,000 estate located In heart of Baltimore. There was a 99 year lease on the property, which has just ex pired, the property having belonged to Mr. Trumble's great grandfather. The Willamette Valley Applegrow- ers' association adjourned at Salem, after selecting directors and naming a committee of three to draft a bill for presentation at the next legisla ture. Tbe ball will ask for an appro priation to be used under the direc tion of the experiment station In in vestigating horticultural troubles, par ticularly as to fungus growths. The convention of the National As sociation of Wool Growers, which will be held In Portland in January, 1911, and which should bring between 15, 000 and 25,000 visitors to this city, will do more to advance the sheep growing business In Oregon than anything else that could be brought about, is the opinion of Dan P. Smythe, secretary of the Oregon State Wool Growers' as sociation. ' i Umatilla county will produce this season between 3,500,000 and 4,000,000 bushels of wheat. Not only will this be done, but the quality will be the best ever sent forth. This alone is a factor of considerable Importance. Last year the total wheat output of Umatilla was about 3,500,000 bushels, although some Interests were inclined to figure that the production was con siderably above this. It cost the state of Oregon $522 to j bring the Grant county murderers to the penitentiary, one of whom is to be executed, the Other four to be lncar- cerated for life. It Is the greatest cost for bringing prisoners to Salem In the history of the state. The pri soners are Joseph H. Caseday, former deputy sheriff of Grant County, sen tenced to death; Bert Green, Ben Ilin- ton, Emmet and Earl Shields. To obtain for Oregon a pure drug I law was one of the principal subjects considered at the 21st annual conven uon oi tne uregon siat? Druggists- as sociation, held July 12 to 15, at the Qearhart Hotel, Seaside. Final report was made at the convention by a committee appointed a year ar$o to prepare a bill. A campaign will bo taken up for bringing he bill before the legislature at Its next session. The bill Is to be patterned aPer the United States pure drug law, and will enable the druggists of this state to regulate the purity of thelr drugs according to the United Slates pharmacopoeia. A peculiar coincidence came to light at the executive offices when extradi tion papers were Issued for Jesse Bur leson, at the behest of the governor of North Carolina. Burleson Is held at the Coot county jail on a charge of murder. An extradition was issued tor George Holder, also for the North Carolina governor. Holder was also wanted on a charge of murder. The crimes were committed at different times and Id different parts of North Carolina and had no connection with each other. One waa committed In the fall of 1907 and the other In 1909. Union Will Market Apples, TOLEDO. The board of directors of the Lincoln County Fruit Growers union met la Toledo and made ar rangements for the handling of the apple crop this taU. Only Wanted His Consent. Re wuk well dressed mid breezy, and when be entered tbe irile ottice of the great tin uien-buul he l.a-keil cm I-able of doing anytliiug from selling books to writing up iusuraiH-e. "I ' have come, sir." lie itiiiium-wl wlttMiut besllatlon. "to get your cuii Belit" "Consent for what?" demandi-d t he old imiu without U Miking' up. . "Well er you . your daughter" "Ob. I umterxiaiid now. So you like my daughter, eh?" ' "I think he Is the tlnest yonng wo man' I have met in many hhkhih. As 1 was sayiug. if you'll Klve your rou itent she will have the handsomest" "Come, come.' . LNm't get ruin and nay she'll have tbe tiuesi buband ir Mbe accepts you." - "I'm married, sir. I'm trying to tell you that ifou give your couseut she'll have tbe bundxuuest auto ruuaooul in town. She's dead stuck on It. and if you'll consent and put up Jfl.mto ca-li we will" ' But the great tea merchant bad col lapsed. -Chicago .News. A Selfish Proposition. A gpnileinan.- reilt-tit at fiarrow. made treiUein conipmiiils to the mas lers of tbe great school mere of his garden being Mtrlpiieit of its fruit, eveit ltefore it became riie. but to uo pur Mse. ( Tired of applying to the masters for redress, be in leujrib apiieuled to the lioys, and. Heudiug for one to his house, be said: "Now. my goiwl fellow. I'll make this agreement with you and. your companions. Let the fruit re main on tbe trees till it becomes ripe, aud I promise to give you half." The boy oiolly replied. ,"l can say nothing to the proposition sir. myself, but will make ii known to the rest of tbe boys aiuMiifornj you of their de cision tomorrow." Next day i-ame and brought witb it this reply: "Tbe gentlemen of Harrow cannot agree to receive so unequal a share, since Mr. is au individual and we ure tnuuy." Luudou Sketch. ' Our Elastic Globe. Nothing seems more rij,IU tbau the crust of tbe earth, but scleotlUi: men tell us tbut it bends and buckles ap preciably under tbe pull of the heaven ly bodies. Careful observation has also shown that the shores on opposite sides of a tidal basin approach each other ut bigb tide. Tbe weight of water in tbe Irish sea. for Instance. Is so much greater at that time that ibe bed siuks a trine and consequently pulls tbe Irish and Kuglisb coasts nearer together. The buildings of Liv erKxl and Iniblln may lie fancied us bowing to eaeb otber across tbe cbuti- nel. the deflect Inn from iern(llcuiar being about one inch for every six teen miles. It bus been shown, too. bat ordinary valleys widen umler tbe beat of the sun and contract again nt ighf. . We live uot on a rigid but an elastic globe. . . .x:. : Saving the Oil. "In Cairo." said a journalist. "1 beard a queer yarn about tbe fella hln. Tbe fellubiu are the unlive ru ralists. They are very . poor. Well, when tbe British built the Egyptian state railway the oraVlulK were as tounded at tbe euormoiis quantities of iruln oil that dlsapiieared. They knew that all tbis nil couldn't be used for lubricating purimses. so they made uu investigation and round that it had become tbe staple food of the poor fellahlu. ' The ml' road d elective re ported that the fellahlu all bver Egypt were using the Egyptian state railway's. train oil as their chief sup port. Tbey buttered their bread with train oil. They fried their lisb lu train oil. They made a kind of suet pudding with train oil ns a base.' Thev drunk tralu oil beuted as a flesh producer or bulkier up. So tbe railway olHcials mixed enstnr oil with the stun", and tne reiiuinn after a years toriuriDg and vain effort to acclimate their sys tems to the mixture decided to give train oil up. , 1 never knew an early rising, hard working, prudent man. careful of bis earnings ntul strictly honest, who com plained of bud luck. Addison. - United States Land NoticeF NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISO- ' LATED TRACT. . PUBLIC LAND .SALE. : Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at La Graude, Or egon, June 13th, 1910. Notice Is hereby given that, aa d$-eotd by the Commissioner of the Geheral Lond Office, under provls ions of Act of Congress approved June 27, 1906 (34 Stats., 517), we wUl offer at public sale, to the high est bidder, at 10 o'clock a. m, on : the 2Sth day of July, 1910, at this office, the following-described land: The SE4 SWVi Sec. 6, & NEK N'W'K Sec. 7, T. 1 S., R. 40 E. W. M.. Serial No. 07432. Any persona claiming adversely th above-described land are advisod to file their claims, or objections, ou or before the time designated for sale. - 43ca . F. C."' Bramwell, Register. . Colon R. Eberhard. Receiver. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISO LATED TRACT. : , ,, ' . PUBLIC LAND SALE. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land OKlce at La Grande, Or egon, June 3d," 1910. Notice U hereby given that, as directed by the Commissioner of the General Land Office, under provis ions of Act, of Congress approved Jun 27, 1906 (34 StaU 517), we will offer at public sale, to the high est bluder, at 10 o'clock a. m., on the 21st day of July, 1910, at this office, the following-described land: The NE4 SW &. SW SB'A Sec. 33. T. 1 N., R. 45 E. W. M., Serial No. 07406. - Any persons claiming adversely the I above-described land are advised to tile their claims, or objections, on or before the time designated for sale. 42c5 P. C. Bramwell, Register. Colon R. Eberfaard, Receler. NOTIC FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office- at La Grander Oregon, June 20th, 1910. Notice is hereby given that Joseph Allen, whose post-office address is Enterprise, Oregon, did, on. the 2nd day of September, 1909, file in this office Sworn Statement and Appli cation, No. 06986, to purchase the SE4 NW, Section 14, Township 1 North, Range 44 East, Willamette Meridian, and the timber thereon, under the provisions of the act of June 3, 1878, and acts amendatory, known as the "Timber and Stone Law," at such value a might be fixed by appraisement, and that, pur suant to euch appllca'lon, the. land and timber thereon have been es timated and valued by the applicant at $100.00 the timber estimated at S.jO.OO and the land $50.00; that said applicant .will otter final proof in support of his application and s,worn statement on the 10th day of Sep tember, 1910, before C. M. Lockwood, U. S. Comm'r, at hie office, at En terprise, Oregon. Any person. Is at liberty to pro test this purchase before entry, - or initiate a contest at any time be fore patent issues, by filing a cor roborated affidavit In this office, ' al leging facto which would defeat the entry. , 44cll F. C. Bramwell, Register. NOTICE TOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Oregon, June 20th, 19f0. Notice is hereby given that Mary A. Elmer, formerly Mary A, Woods, Jf Wallowa, Oregon, who on Febru ary 23, 1904, made Homestead En try No. 13458. No. 09106, for SV4' SWK. Section 32, Township 1 North, Range 44 East, WlUamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C M. LocRwood, U. S. Com missioner, at hla office, at Enter prise, Oregon, on the 10th day of August,, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: Mark O. .Courtney, of Lostlne, Ore gon, Jasper J. Chapman, of Wallowa, Oregon, Edward A. Crossler, of Wal lowa, Oregon, WUllam Whltmore, of iVallowa, Oregon. 44c5 F. C. Bramwell, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, a. S. Land Office at La Grande, Or- gon. May 16th, 1910. Notice is hereby given that Michelle Baker, whose pot-offlce iddrese Is iSsierprlse, Oregon, did, on t!he 20th any of July, 1909, file m this office Sworn Statement and Application. No. 06831, to purchase the W SE hi, Sec. 8, and NB, Section i7, Township 1 North,- Range 45 East, Willamette Meridian, and the -lmber thereon, under the provisions 3f the act of June 3. 1878, and acta amendatory, known a tiie ''Timber and Stone Law," at such value aa might be fixed by appraisement, and that, pursuant to such application, .he land and timber thereon have oeen estimated and valued by appli cant at tlOO.00, the timber estimated to be worth ' $200.00, and the land $200.00; that said applicant will offer .'In a! proof In support of his applica tion and sworn statement on the 10th day of September, 1910, before lohn A. Rumble, U. S. Commissioner, it his office, at Joseph, Oregon. Any person Is at liberty to protest this purchase before entry, or lnl 'late a contest at any time before patent issues,' by filing a corrobo rated affidavit In this office, alleging facts which would defeat the entry. 44cll F. C. Bramwell, Register. NOTICE) FOR PUBLICATION. ' Department of the Interior. J. S. Land Office at La Grande, Oregon, June 30th, 1510. - Notice is hereby given that Fred V. Harsln, of Enterprise, Oregon, A-ho. on June 13th, 1908, made Horoe- itead Entry No. 16065, Serial No. 5J66, for SW NW. Sec. 28. SQ14 B4. B'iSEVi. Section 29, Township I North, Range 47 East, Willamette Jertdlan, has filed notice, of In ten- Ion to make final commutation prool o establish .aim to the land above ieserlrcl. lefote C. M. Lockwood, J. b. tJjaimlseioirer at hla office at Enterprise, Oregon, on the 20ta !ay of August, 1910. 1 (Claimant names aa witnesses: Jack Johnson, of Imnaha, Oregon. ' Clyde larsin, of Enterprise, Oregon, J. E. i'atuerson, of Enterprise, Oregon, W A Murray, of Enterprise, Ore gon. ' F. C Bramwell, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at La Grande, nfnrnn J 11 TV A S0.ll. 1910. Vntica ! hereby given that Louis George Peterson, of Rognes, Oregon, who, on April mm. Homestead Entry No. 14271, Serial v MW1 for SEU 9W. S.W4 '(4, and' E4 SBVt, Section 23,' Towuship 2 Nortn, Range 44 luasi, .Villametue Meridian, has filed no of Intention to make final five -year proof, to establish claim to .he land above ' described, before V. C. Boatman, County Clerk, at hla office at Enterprise, Orgeon, on -he 15th day of August, 1910. Claimant name as witnesses: Nel-. son K. Bue, Syvert Hovde, G., W. Humphreys, Thomas Hovde, all of Rognee, Oregon. 4c5 : F. C. Bramwell, Register. Lei Advertisements SUMMONS. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Wallowa County. W. IS. laggan., riaauuu, . vs. - . nT V TV...I. HnlnnJ C s. ciarse ana vv. u. iv, iwjuu ants. ro the Derencianis;' u. a. uiame and W. It. Davis: In the name of the State of Oregon: You and each of you are hereby equired to appear and answer the complaint filed against you In the ibove entitled court and cause, on r before tthe 8th day of September, ' 1910, that being the time fixed by the . - ijf you to appear and: answer lerein and more than six weeks .'rom the date of the first publica tion of this summons, and If you fall 30 to appear and answer, plaintiff will apply to the court for the re lief demanded in the complaint, to- wit: ' For a judgment that plaintiff hava tnit Ktf!TlVAi nt nnil frnm floLt. Ha. .endants and each of them the sum it One Hundred Dollars, with Inter--st thereon from January 27, 1906, it the rate of ten per cent per an mm, until paid, and for the sum of Sixty-five Dollars attorney's fees, ind for the costs and disbursements f rrila nntlrtn This summons Is published once -i week for six successive and con-' jecutlve weeks by order of the Hon. J. B. Olmsted, judge of the county -ourt, of Wallowa County, Oregon,' hich said order is dated July 2d, 1910, directing the first publication hereof to be made on, the 7th day jf July. 1910, and the last publica ion thereof on the 18th day of Aug ust, 1910. First publication July 7th, 1910. THOS. M. DELL, 46c6 ' Attorney for Plaintiff. . Notice la hereby riven that, tha nn. derslgned, F. A. Wagner, has been by the County Court of Wallowa County, Oregon, appointed Adminls .rator with the Will Annexed of -he Estate of Belle R. Klnnear, De ceased. All . persons havlm claims against said estate are required to 0 - present tnem with proper vouchers, within six months from thedate of this notice, to me at my office over he Berland - Harness Shop, front . ooma Enterprise, Oregon. Dated this 14th day of July, 1910. FA WAflvtrn Administrator with the; Will Annexed oi tne Jiatate 0f Belie R. Kln near, Deceased. O. M. OORKINS, Attorney for Ad ministrator. 47cs NOTICE TO CREDITORS. 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