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OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS COUNTY COURT v 1 (Continued from page three.) Palmer Lumber company has filed with the clerk of this court a no , tice of appeal; to this court, and this court having now considered Bald claim for damages together with saidi appeal, and there appear ing to this court no sufficient reas ons for distributing the findings of said County Board of Road View ers, this Court hereby also finds that the lands, of the said George Palmer Lumber company will not be rendered any less valuable by the opening of said proposed road, and the findings of said County Board of Road Viewers are here by affirmed, and this court being satisfied from said report of aM Road Viewers, that said proposed road will be one of public utility, said report being favorable there to, and all the files and records of said proceedings having been sub mitted to the District Attorney, who has advised this court as to the legality of said proceedings, it lB therefore herby considered and ordered by this Court that said report of the Board of County Road Viewers be and the same Is nere by In all things adopted and ap proved by this Court, mat tno same be placed on record In the Journal of this court, and that the surveyor's profile and plat of said proposed road, and his field notes of the survey thereof be placed In record In the Book of Plats of County Roads of this county; and that further proceed ings' in this matter be and the same Is hereby continued. ' Whereupon Court adjourned until tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. Third Judicial Day. Friday, July 8, 1910. In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Wallowa , County. Court met pursuant to .adjournment, when were presant as on yesfrday. The following proceedings ;vere had to-wlt: In the matter of the electric lights for the court house of Wallowa county, Oregon: . ' Now, at thte , time E. J. Forsythe proposes, to furnish , the count house In Wallowa county, Oregon, wRh electric lights at the follow ing rate: Service charge $12.50 per month; 10c per K, W. hour , per meter reading each month,' and 'after the Court fully considering the same, : , . - ' ; , r It Is hereby considered and order ed that his proposition be, and the same 4s hereby accepted. In the matter of electric lights for Wallowa County high school: Now at this time, EJ. J. Fqrsythe proposes' to furnish the high school ' of Wallowa county, Oregon, with electric lights at . the following rate: Service charge $1.00. per montlx; 10c per K. W. hour meter reading each nioinlh, and after the court fully considering the same, , 1 ' : - -' It Is hereby considered and order ed that his proposition be, and the same is hereby accepted. In .the matter of a" stock way on the William. Russell road: To the 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 1 facilities, this bank has the advantage of a large capital' and .substantial list of stockholders. It is also a State Deposi tory. If you are not a customer we ' invite you to become one. Stockgrowers and Farmers National Bank Wallowa, Oregon ENTERPRISE One Night Only Saturday, July 23, 1910 Lowe's Madison Square Theatre Company Presents the beautiful Irish Comedy Drama, Kathleen Mavourneen With an enlarged company, a splendid . ' representation will be given jp & '" I I .11 LI. - II I .-I- .1. I II- I ... Prices as usual, 25. 35. and 50 cents i . Seats on Sale at Burnaugh & Mayfield's Now, at this time the Court con siders the matter of the stock way on the. Wlllliam Russell road on the land belonging to C. L. Dickson; and It appearing to thein that the stockway was. built and used before this land became public highway of Wallowa county, Oregon, and alter the Court fully considering the same, It Is hereby considered and order ed that this stock way should be kept In repair at the expense of the county. ' To be continued.) Tht Animal In the Zoo. The sleeping hours of the animals at the zoological guldens in Regent' pnrk vary us much, according to the families to which they belong, uh do their other characteristics und buuils. The orung outiint; goes to bed at sun down, draping Its bend In u blanket and refusing to sec. visitors after duit!i. It is also an early riser. With the lions, tlf-'i'rs and other members of the cat tribe the night Hnds them at their liwllext. and they sleep most between the midday meal and siip;:er time. The eagles go to sleep Just about tin 1 iim their neighbors In the owl cage are waking up, while the bears durlntr winter months apparently sleep ml day and night too. - The ivsWIeuu of the monkey house object seriously to being disturbed after dark, and If one of the keepers happens to take n light Into their quarters they scold him un mercifully. On the other hand. It would probably lake a dynamite bomb to arouse the rhinoceros, and It Is not uncommon, the keepers say. to find rnts biting holes In its thick hide with Impunity. London Mail. 'Foley ...ney Pills Ha.v -ured Me." .The above is. a quotation from a .ei-or w'o by H. M. Winkler, Ev xiiiville, lnd. "I contracted a se .o. j case of kidney .trouble. My bac jiave out and pained me. I seemed to have lost all strength and 'ambl ..lou ; wui)' bothered with dizzy spells, ray head would swim and specks float before my eyes. I took Foley Kidney Pills regularly and am now perfectly well and feel like a new man. Foley- Kidney Pills have cured me." Burnaugh & Mayfleld. A Ban on Patterns. "There Is one kind of correspondence sometimes received by women clerks that makes heads of firms bopping mad." bald the pretty stenographer. "That Is dress patterns. They don't mind letters and magazines, but If a girl wants to keep on good terms with her employer and maybe keep her Job she had better udvlse pattern compa nies to send their communications to some other address. . 1 know one em ployer of about 100 girls who has put np notices In the workroom to the ef fect that no patterns can be received at that olllce. "Not many men go that far. hut all hold the same grudge against patterns. A girl who has a new dress to mnke up can't help spreading the pattern out the minute she gets It. Then every other woman In the olllce becomes Interested. Noth ing Is so disorganizing to ' women clerks as patterns. Nothing takes up more time that belongs to the firm, so yon really can't blame the bosses for putting a bun on patterns." New York Press. W do t!ratolass Job work. OPERA HOUSE A WretchW Mistake to endure the Itchin , painful distress of piles. There's n o need to. Lis ten: "I suffered much from piles," writes Will A,. Marsh, or, saner cwy, N C. "till I got a box of Bucfclen'st Arnica Salve, and wast soon cured." Bums, boils, ulcers, fover sores,-eczema, cuts, chapped ha. ids, chilblains, vanish before it. 25c r at all drug gists, Tho Peanu I. The commou peanut, lieloved of the smnll boy. grows In a way that Is dis tinctly original, The lltf W plant sends up its shoots, with the fruit ou the end of fl somewhat 'stiff stalk, and then before It ripens the- stem bends over and carefully pushes the fruit un derground.. As pigs are said to be especially fond of these, it has been suggested that the plant does this to hide its nuts from the porker's too in quisitive Investigations. When the stomach fails to per form its. functions, the bowels be come deranged, the liver and the kidneys congested causing numerous diseases. The stomach and . liver must be restored to a healthy condi tion and Chamberlain's Stomach! and Liver Tablets can be depended upon to do It. Easy ito take and most ef fective. Sold by Burnaugh & May field and aU good druggists. Japan's National Beverage. Sake is the national beverage of Ja pan. It has a peculiar flavor not com parable to any European' drink. Is made from fermented rice by an IntrU cate process In winter time and con tains from 11 to 14 per cent of alcohol. It Is a necessary constituent of every ceremonial Japanese dinner. Is served in little, ampulla-like Jurs and drunk with much formality from squat.' ear less sake cups containing approximate ly about two ounce To the European palate It tnstes sour at first, but a preference for it Is rendlly acquired. Curiously enough. It has a much more powerful effect on the Japanese tbnn on Europeans. A stronger variety, shocbu.' contains from 20 to f0 per cent of alcohol. Another form, mirin. is more or less a llqueuer. London Lan cet. The world' moat successful med icine for bowel complaints la Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and (Diar rhoea Remedy. It has relieved more pain andi suffering, and saved' more lives than any other medicine In use. Invaluable for children and adults. So'd by Burnaugh & Mayfleld and all good druggieta. Che.ring Him Up. New Boarder How's the fare here? Old Boarder Well, we have chicken every morning. That's first rnte. How Is It served r "In the shell." ' . The Way of It. v . ' Knlcker-Llfe Is an Irony. Bocker Yes. By the time yon hove the money for a grand stand seat your home teum no longer wins. New York Sun. We mnke our fortunes; we call them fate.-Alroy. Must Be Abovej Suspicion. Kidney and bladder ailments are ao serious in their consequences, and if unchecked so often fatal that any remedy offered for their cure must be, above suspicion. Foley Kidney Pills contain no harmful drugs, and have successfully stood a long and thorough test. Bunnaugh & May field. . . . Some Wisdom (.aft. "Ton didn't tell the barber you were In h hurry." "No. I didn't want him to know It." -Pittsburg Post. Blessed Is the man who hits found his work. Let blin ask uo atuer bless, rd lies. -Thomas Carlyle. ' Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney and bladder trou ble not beyond the reach of medi cine. No medicine can do more. Burnaugh & Mayfleld. Drives awav Flies. Mosaultoea and Gnats. It protects Dorses and cattle from attacks of insects, enabling them to feed and sleep in peace. It prevents loss of weight ana strengtn irom worry caused by attacks of insects, and from the irritation of their bites and stings. There is a satisfaction in the relief it affords domestic unimala from the scourge of maddening parasites and flics, besides the profit in returns. Horses do more work on less feed and cows yield more and better milk, when relieved from the henry incited by constantly fighting a swarm ol voracious, 1 nsaUable insects. Askm tioyt Cjikjucai, Co, Portland, Oregon i8i NEWS PARAGRAPHS FROM OTHER CITIES IN OREGON Portland's postal receipts for J.tue, 1910, .compared with those of juuo last year, show a greater percentaga gain than those of all other cities of the West, except Los Angeles. The Vesuvius mine in the Bohemia district has resumed work, after hav ing been ldie for nearly a year, and the large 30 g'tajip mill will be in operation' within another w?ek. 1 Peach day will be celebrated In Freewater this year on August 17, and preparations are under way for the biggest occasion of the kind that has ever been held in the Walla Wal la valley. Mayor Straw of Marshfield has sent to the mayors of all of the cities in Oregon invitations, to some to Coos Bay during the week of August 15 to organize a state association ' of mayors. . " The preliminary survey work has all been done on the Cottonwood irri gation project, a small one, located near Westfall. The project, when completed,, will irrigaco about 20,000 acres of land. Portland rounded out the fiscal year ended June 30, 1910, with heav ier wheat exports than any other, city or customs district In the United States, except New York, according to figures made public by the depart ment of commerce and labor. ., John S. Coke, circuit Judge in the second judicial district, has filed his1 declaration of intention to be a can didate to succeed himself. Coke was appointed by Governor Chamberlain when the office was .created by the legislature last winter. ' ' Word has been received from Bos ton, that all papers necessary to con struction of the railroad from Union by way of Elgin to Walla Walla have been signed and the dream of years of a competitive road and one across the mountains will soon be realized. , The state treasurer filed his semi annual statement for the six months ending June 30. The balance on hand, held by the state January 1, 1910, amounted to 1821,820.55, while the re ceipts derived from different sources' swelled this amount to $2,764,484.02. ( Harvey Lambert, who murdered his wife by firing three bullets into her body while she held their 6-months-old babe In her arms, on July 2, at Portland, and then fired a bullet Into his own breast In an attempt to end his own life, is thought to be dying. , At a special meeting of the city council of Medford, a resolution was auopiea tor the submission to the people at a special election called for August 2 on the question of amending the city charter, so as to authorize the levy of a special tax for the pur pose of maintaining a Carnegie li brary. Fifty-five thousand acres of ' the Rogue River Valley will be irrigated, at an expenditure of at least $2,000, 000, within the next few years, as the result of the closing of a deal where by the Rogue River 1 Valley Canal ! company, composed of a party of Spo kane capitalist, headed by P. Welch, acquires ownership of the property of the Fish Lake Water company. The railroad laborers employed on the new Natron extension east of Eugene, encountered a large vein of coal near Natron. The coal seems to be of good quality, and steps will b taken by several men Interested in property in that vicinity to trace the vein and open It further to ascertain Its extent. Three Japanese on the hill near the wireless station were observed taking pictures of the mouth of the river, especially in the direction of Fort Stevens. From that point with strong glasses a view' can be had directly Into the forts. What attracted par ticular attention was the - peculiar camera they were using, as the lens was In what looked like an extension telescope. . . In regard , to the establishing of a state trout hatchery on the McKenzle river east of Eugene, H. C. McAlister, former 'state fish warden, has written the Eugene Commercial club that if the legislature at its coming session In January will make some provision whereby the game fisheries can be put under the supervision of the mas ter fish warden, tt will not be neces sary to go to the expense of building an additional hatchery on the1 Mc Kenzle, as the one now used for hatching salmon can be utilized for trout as well. On August 1, when the annual ftp--portlonment of the common school fund Interest is made between the counties the state treasurer will have on hand to distribute ; the largest amount ever apportioned In the his tory of the state by about $20,000. The semt-annusl statement of State Treasurer Steele given out 'shows there was on hand Junu 30, $'292,980. 83. and the receipts for July will bring the figure to a point somewhere between f 220,000 and $230,000. The amount apportioned one year ago was tf largest amount ever apportloued. A Midsummer Saving of Money - , r EN the next sixty days we expect to close out all of our Summer Goods at prices that will compel you to invest. If you will come to our store and see the many bargains that we are offering in every department of our well filled establishment, . you will seejit once that this is no idlek boast. Come and examine our - line of Men's Fine Shoes. NETTLETON,. DAUGHERTY FITHIAN, BUCK INGHAM, HEICT, BRADLEY METCALF CO. SHOES, and many other good and stvlish things that we will not attempt to mention. ' We are still having a good trade in our Hand Tail ored Clothing. , Every suit must be sold before the arrival of our Fall Stock. v Visit our Dry Goods Department; our Grocery De partmeut, and our Hardware Department. It will surprise you to see our well assorted stock of Hardware.- Come and see us, we ' will treat you right, ENTERPRISE MERCANTILE & MILLING COMPANY The Drawback.' ' ': "Can't you live Just as cheap In the suburbs as In town?'; "Yes. but everybody know It out there." Life. . Distance is a great promoter of ad miration. Diderot. Saved at Death's Door. Tho door of death, seemed .ready to open for Murray W. Ayers of Tran sit Bridge, N. Y., when his. Uf' wasi wonderfully saved. "I , we la a dreadful condition," he writes,- "my skin was almost yellow; eyes sunk en; tongue coated; emaciated from, losing 40 pounds, growing weaker daily. Virulent liver trouble pulling me down to death in spite of doc tors. Then that matchless medi cine Electric Bitters cured me. I regained the 40 pounds lost and now am- well and strong.'' For all stom ach, liver and kidney troubles they're supreme. 5Dc. at all druggists. . Socialist Party of Amei ica Column This space is occupied by paid advertising and is edited by the En terprise Socialist Local which meets Thursday night of each week at 7;30 o'clock in the McCoy residence on North River street AU meetings open. Visitors always welcome. Frank Hamblen, organizer; E. A. Fosner, corresponding secretary; N. H. Marks, financial secretary; Fred Otto, treasurer. . COUNTY CONVENTION NOTICE. The Socialist Party of the county of Wallowa. Is called to meet In County Convention 'at Local Enter prise Headquarters, at Enterprise, Or egon, on the Slat day of July and the 1st day of August, 1910, for the purpose of nominating a county tick et for Wallowa county, and electing delegates to the State Convention to be held in Portland on the 7th and. 8th day of August, 1910. (Signed) C. W. BARZEE, State Chairman of the Socialist Par - ty of Oiegon. Comrades are advised to meet at the appointed place an Sunday, July 30, for the purpoe of prelim Uiarying their ticket, and the regular County Convention can follow on the let day of August, wherein the ticket may be legal y confirmed and dele gates to Stito Convention receive their i". asatiate signed by the chairman, and secretary of .the con vention. . ' If the county does not wish to make their county nominations on that date, the confirmation of the previously elected- Delegates, In ac 1 Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver tablets gently stimulate .the liver andi bowels to expel poisonous mat ter, cleanse the system, cure consti- pation anil sick headache. Sold by Burnaugh & Mayfleld and all gpo4 druggists, . THE MEADOW DAIRY I am now prepared to furnish the people of En " ; terprise and vicinity with the best of ,. MILK, CREAM, BUTTERMILK SKIMMED MILK Whole Milk, per quart, SC Cream for table use, per quart 25c ' Cienm to whip, per'quart, . 40c Buttermilk,' per gallon, . 10c Skimmed Milk, per gallon - ' 10c W. W. ZURCHBR cordance with the S.' P. Constltu- ' tion (Art. 14, Sees. 1 and 2), must be made by placing the signature of the convention Chairman and Sec retary on their' credentials for pre sentation to the State Convention. These credentials must also bear the signature of the Chairman and Secretary of the Local ait which meeting they had been previously elected. '. ' - V To explain: The Convention offi cers legalizes the delegates creden tials to the State 'Convention in ac cordance wth the Oregon' statutes. The signature of the party, local, officers confirms the election of the, Delegates as per S. P. Constitu tion. ' ' ' , We are advised by Attorney Gen- -era! Crawfsjd that : this course of ' procedure gives ua a place on the state ticket without any filing fee. We have the privilege of using one or more pages la the candidates elec tion advertising sheet for the pur pose of setting forth our party prln- ciples. . . FRANK HAMBLEN,. County State Committeeman for Wallowa County, Oregon.