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ENDS WINTER'S TROUBLES.
To many, yhulw la a season of trouble. The froat-blttetn toe and fingers, chappad hand and llp, chu" blivuis, cold-sorc, ired asid rough eking, prov thla. But, such troubles fly before Bucklenw Arnica Salve. A trial convinces. Greatest hosier of Burns, Bolls, Pilea, Cuts, Sores, Brui ses, Eczema, and Sprain. Onty 2Do at all druggist. KILL MORE THAN WILD BEASTS. H. E. Merryman, time on sur Th'A number of doot1o klMed year- veyor's record 35 00 Iv by wild beast don't approach -the q u. Clark, rent of hall . i vast number killed by diseaao germ. No Mo is safe from ilhetr attack:. r.bey'ro In water, dust air, eveni food. Mrs. W. L. Gaskill and Mrs. Ralph True accompanied Mr. GaakUl to Portland, Wednesday, -where he, went to see about his, horse held in quar antine at the stockyards. The library which is on the third floor of the courthouse will be made free to the public next Saturday af ternoon. Besides the 400 volumes that the library contains the public will have free use of fifty, books be longing to the State Circulating li brary, that will be exchanged for fifty different books every six months. There will be a dance In the op era house, Friday night, January 20, under the management of the house. Music will be by Prof. Selack's new ly organized orchestra, including a violinist of rare ability. The manage ment says it will 'be the beat music famished at any dance this, season. Supper will be served at Leffel's Mod. el Cafe. But grand protection la afforded by Electric BUtors, which destroys and expel these deadly disease germs from n. avsi.cm. That's why chills, le- . vcr and ague, all malarial and nrxiT blood diseases yield promptly :o this wonderful Mood purifier. Try hem. and enjoy the glorious health tnd new strength they'll give you. Alone v back If not satisfied. Only iCc at all druggists. Eugene tory. la to have a match fac- Sholl-Merc. Co., Bupplles for Robinson family rt. T. Shields, serving war rant and mileage 21 80 I M .Martin, balance due working Troy hill Dawson Bros., bridge plank Scalp Bounty. 3 mar Stubbleficld Leonard Johnson C. Moxley rank Pierce Vm. Steen 3. W. Campbell V'm. Curry L. A Pinkley V. A. Moore Foley' Kidney Remedy An Appreci ation. L. MoConnell, Catharine St., El mira, N. Y., writes: "I wish to ex press' my appreciation, of the great good I derived from Foley's Kidney Remedy, which I used for: a fcad case of kidney trouble. Five bpttls did the work most effectively and prov ed to ma beyondl doubt it, Is the most reliable kidney medicine I have ever taken." Burnaugh & Mayfield. ForLaGrippe Cough and Stuffy Colds Tom Walker ti. it o-,r T.ir. It wm. Blailn Xlves quick relk'f and e::pols the cold trr.m vour system. It contains opiates, la safe and sure & Mayfield. no Burnaugh Official Proceedings Of County Court (Continued from page three.) No. 64. REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF The Enterprise State Bank, at En terprise, in the State of Oregon, at the close of business Jan. 7th, 1911. Resources. Dollars Cts Loans and discounts ..$33,767 00 Overdrafts, secured and unse cured 61 47 Bonds, securities, etc. 628 75 Banking house, furniture, and fixtures 825 00 Due from banks (not reserve banks) 711 70 Due from approved reserve banks 4,489 73 Cash on hand 3,831 04 Expenses ..: 1,492 55 Total $45,307 24 Liabilities. Dollars Cts Capital Btock paid in $25,000 00 Undivided profits, less ex penses and taxes paid 217 17 Individual deposits subject to check 16.735 80 Demand certificates of deposit 2,541 27 Time certificates of deposit.. 804 50 Cashier's checks outstanding' 8 50 Total $45,307 24 State of Oregon, County of Wallowa, ss: I, W. C. Hinterman, Cashier of the shove named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. C. Hinterman. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of January, 1911. W. F. Savage. Notary Public. Correct Attest: Sam Wade, E. B. Knitpp, tnrectors. M. W. Goodman, registering 175 voters Edgar Marvin, telegram, As otin Edgar Marvin, expense Edgar Marvin, stamps and telegram 3. F. Pace, three days deputy sheriff James McNeill, road super visor's salary Olof Anderson, supervisor's salary Henry Spenc'e, waiting on scar let fever patients 5 S. B. Warnock, road supervis or's salary Irwin HodHon Co., telescope mailing tubes McCully Merc. Co., supplies State of Oregon, care of feeble minded Glass Prudhomme Co., sup plies ' A. Wade, rent on court nouo E W. Rumble, double; assess ment on properly ! Nina Miller, work In assess or's office B, F. Miller, papen fastener . . J. C. Conley, expense to Port land " J. C. Coiiley, expense visiting schools J. C. Cenley, postage aud ex press J. C. Conley, expense viaw- Ing schools 37 10 J, li. Strlngham, plastering court, house 5 Baker & Smith, trip to Eden S. O. Magec, one day on jury REOPENED The Red Front Blacksmith Shop by the reliable blacksmiths W.' P. Hambleton A Son Machine Repairing Horseshoing Same old stand Sntrprls Oregon 17 50 6 90 50 58 3 05 9 00 52 50 22 50 50 45 00 6 30 10 00 3 45 52 27 325 00 01 00 3 50 24 85 9 25 8 80 00 21.25 3 70 TME IE IU U U VI uJ $ 1 50 Pi 7 50 H 1 ill I H .. 21 00 I 1 Rft I B . . 1 50 3 00 II . in 1 50 H 7 50 1 2 oo a i 5U H i so B H a oo B . tTI VJT 1 . I M vtf r v a rn m n 4 60 B A Jia.SL 3 oo y 150 I RJ 3.1 ee i no H ........... 3 00 II 3 50 H ... 2 00 I i ma 1 50 IN - 1 1 50 M 1 SO H Ira .... 3 00 B .... . 6 00 i .... 3 00 i 5 00 N ' 2 00 a 1 50 I i 1 50 IB if HAT 1 Who said the Style of Men's hats never change? We've got a . new line of 4 r.i CO 50 50 00 S. D. Keltner, aupplles 29 00 Jackson & Weaveri usppllca Uuahoing & Co., supplies .. W. B, Applegate, registering voters W. T. Boll, stamps Joseph Ilemld; printing no tlce B. R. Lapham, bulldlaig Wal lowa election booth .... Thos. Rich, two days; assessing Thos-. lleVaH, lumbetl for eleo tlon booth at Wallo.wa .. S, R, Haworth, reimlrs and supplies -s H. E. Merryman, supplies .. W. J. Funk & Co., suippUes.. County poor, Stella Doud .. County poor, L. P. Rosa Union county, care of W. H. Decker 30 00 2 00 5 30 C 00 6 43 21 70 8 25 13 20 24 00 24 00 V J HammacK S C. Himelwright J H Fordlce .... 6 00 ,V I. Downard L. Hardin. vV. .P Tippe t i3aniel ebter N'anoleon Beaudoin 3 00 M Cannon ieo. v. iiowiiiie r. J. Orr G. Bare Q. W. Weir f. W. Dale V. R. Davis n .1 Russell H. J. Runstaatier " Dudley Richards 3 00 t l-l n ...tnr-A. 4 W IM-ilili: Lianiw' V. Mayfield .... V. R. Hoffman Luther Campbell Heorge Funk, L, D Roberts' Vm. Murrill iriolnh Gaertner ,- t. Tlrwrxitf 3 00 . IV, lfred Stumbaugh Frank Baker John Curry . I.. W. Dale r .T. Orr .. Oi.thnnlan.'! 3 00 . tui vci w t..l.'.M. .... - . Uvin Siimmons 0 w famesl Fields 3 00 tnr-nct Wllanil . 4 W uicai. ' 1 .... . . n nn Jmar Stubblefieid " lohn W. Kneeland 5 00 I T Wo.ai70! 1 50 V. R. Warnock ce Hartsbck V E. Makla J. ' SavKeant . A. Anderson 3 f. A. Ward p F. Lathrop 6 00 V. J. Wllsey riark Akins 3 00 o AA V Wrm plf - . . O V" rvin Frasier 13 00 Schaeffer 4 50 1 50 1 50 4 50 1 50 6 50 1 50 1 50 4 50 ....... 1 50 : 3 oo 3 00 sibtiry auties We invite you to come and see these hats even if you are not ready to buy. Enterprise Mercantile & Milling Co. ENTERPRISE, OREGON Annual Clearing' $ale COMEl SEE! What your money 'will buy. With such goods as we sell, a clearing' sale means something worth while. It's isn't simply that you have a chance at this season of the year to buy merchandise for less money than is usually paid for it, but you have a chance to buy unusually good merchandise at less than usual. All Dress Overcoats Reduced All sheep-lined Overcoats! Qf All W1 R1nkt I dXJ All Wool Blankets All Suits per cent Now is the Time This is the Place C.H.ZURCHER The Men's Outfitter toy lurnett Bell lame Fields . . . f. W. Alford ?. A. Bro.wn . . . Peter Lasblstes Jruce Hendricks ,V. B. Hescock .. ,V. F. Daugherty John Frultts . . . . 3d Mallory .... ree Thompson . - H. Pieree 61 00 ilsie Maxwell 1 50 f. E Hinton 1 00 I. T. Thompson 15 00 fames Dalley .... 1 50 loseph Allem 10 &0 r. C. Allen 12 50 i"ord lllllman 1 50 "hrl Cook 8 00 I. A. Funk " 7 50 In the. matter of establishing a new oad district. The court establishes a new road district and shall be known as Sled Springs District No. 20. and the boundary line are aa follows, to-wlt Commencing at the NW corner sec tlon 3 Twp. 2 N. R. 43 E. W. M thence south6'A miles, thence east 7 miles, thence north 64 miles east i mile, north 2 miles, west 44 miles, south 2 miles, west 3 miles to the place ofbeglnnlng. In the matter of changing the boun dary lines of road districts. In establishing the new Road Die trlct No. 20, the boundary lines were changed to read as follows, ' to-wlt: " Leap District No. 22, Commencing at the NW corner jectioni 10, Twp. 1 N. R. 43 E. W. M., ;hico west Vi mile, thence south 1 miles, thence east 2 miles, thence south 1 mile, aM Vi mile south IVi miles, east 1 iullo, south 4' mile, east 2 miles, north Vi mile, east m miles, north 4V. miles, west 64 miles, south of a mile U place of boglnninig. Trout Creek District No. 10. Commencing at SV corner section 9, Twp. 1 S. R. 44 E. W. M., thence ruimlng east 5V4 niHes, north S miles west 1 mile, north 15 miles, west 14 miles, south 1 mile, west H mile, south 2 nillea, west Vx mile, south 16 mUes, west M mile, south 4 miles, west l4 miles, south 3 miles to place of beginning. Powwatka District No. 17. .Commencing at the SW corner jeotlott 6 T,wp. 2 N. R. 43 E. W. M., ! thence east 3 miles, north 1 mile, j east 3 miles, north 2 miles east to ; Mnd Creek .thence im a northwest- ; erly direction down and along Mud Creek to the Grande Ronde river, thence up the Grande Ronde river to the mouth of Wild Cat, canyon, thence In a southerly direction up ind along Wild Cat canyon, to the iouthweat corner of the SE of, SH. 4 Sec. 31 Twp. 4 N. R. 43 E. W. M, thence ,west mile, thence south 7 miles to the place of beginning. Wallowa District No. 1. Commencing at the NW corner of Sec. 33, Twp. 3 N. R. 42 E. W. M. hence south 6 miles, thence wesi 3V4 miles, north mile, west to the Ulnam river, thence In a southerly -Hrectlon up and along the Mlnam river to the SW corner Sec. 34 Twp- 1 S. R. 41 E. W. M., thence east 9 miles, thence north 6 miles, east iu miles, thence north 1 nines, thence east 1 mile, north 2 miles, east V mile, thence north 6 miles, west 3 miles, north 2 miles, -west miles to; the place of beginning. In the matter of levying special tax es In school districts. The following is the special tax levied by the court la the respec tive school districts. No. 4 ..S 2 TOills N0, g 1.4 mills No. a 1- mm No. 10 ; 1-2 mills o. 13 2 mlM8 No. 19 '. 8 m'118 No. 25 2-5 mills No. 2 .. I-5 11,11,8 No. 29 .... ..... 1- mills No. 31 14 rollls No. 33 15 nlilla No. 38 I-5 toI1!s No. 39 1- mills No. 49 5- n,I1U No. 50 I-5 n,IU8 No. 64 B- raUU No. 68 5- 11,1118 No. 69 5. mUl8 No. 61 " .... 5. mills No. 63 3 8 11,11,8 No. 64 1. 11,11,8 No. 66 2. mills No. 67 5 n,U'9 No. 69 2. mills No. 70 5- 11,11,8 No. 72 1. muis m m When you buy a farm, or a town lot, what is the first thing you demand? An Abstract of Title Is that all? Not by a long ways. You insist on a Reliable Abstract Careful work enables us to fill that dernand WALLOWA LAW, LAND a ABSTRACT CO. ENTERPRISE, OREGON Boatman ft Bilyea, Managers Look Here and See if We Have Any. thing You Want We know you have something that we want We have for sale or trade a 40-acre ranch in Union county. Will take part trade. This land is clear of incumbrance. We have a good six-room cottage to sell on the installment plan. W3 have three good residence lots for sale on the install ment plan. We have a good hill ranch, fenced, 40 acres in cultivation; other improvements; three miles from town; $3500; will take $1000 in trade. We have a new top buggy for sale cheap. We can match you in anything you have. PAYNE & SHEETS , In the Litch Building, Enterprise, Oregon N. B, We have a 30 acre ranch in Union county clear of in cumbrance, to exchange for residence property in Enterprise ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL Under New Management BOESEN & RUGGLES, Proprietors Both Practical Mill Men All kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber now on hand. Prompt Delivery and Prices Right. Estimates cheerfully furnished. J