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Proceedings
Of County Court
(Con Untied from Wednesday.)
Fourth Judicial Day.
Monday, March 15, 1911. .
In tho matjter of allowing miscellan
eous bills agalnat the county:
Bills allowed and warrants ordered
Issued as follows; .
" ' High School Fund '
Q. C. Whltmore, 2 rlcks: wood $ 4 00
J B. Bruce, 6 ricks wood.. 12 00
J General Fund. '
Newton V.j Downs, half fines
of Conner,' Buster, Huston. $ 34 00
B. M. M. Co., coal .... 276 65
Enterprise j Hotel Co, rebate
on taxes; 94 06
W. J. Punk Co, supplies;. . . 21 30
J. P. Sanders, express, freight
hauling .... .... - l 65
A. C. Haggerty, grand Jury '
witness fee 6 40
Perry Blanchard meals for
Jury .... 6 00
A. M. Pace, witness fee ... . 2 20
A. J. Boehmer, witness fee . 2 20
Thomas Davis, bridge timber 18 00
A. J. Pipes, Justice, grand Jury
and trial witness fees .... 19 00
LosUne Hardware Co., cotton
MRS. O. E. ODLB
Piano and Organ Instructor
, BNTCBPRISE. OREGON ' .
Terms leaeeaabls Han Ind. Phone
40 Acres
20 per acre
- One rhilc out. Running water. Twenty-five acres'
t ploy land. , All can be irrigated.
Enterprise Real Estate Co.
(Over Harness Shop.)
List your proptrty with us. "
S Barg'ain in Timber Land
OwJno to ill health I must co awav. and T offer for
! tale mj 'timber landf at Elk Mountain .
. , &0 Acre Good Saw Timber
. Yellow Pirre, Tamarack and Fir. Good soil, living
stream year : round. ? 15, miles j from -Enterprise.
, Good countyToad f$6 an acre. . . Easy terms,
. ; Xi' GRAVES,1 Enterprise, Oregon
niniH
Enterprise
e Lively
aiid
Batter ft Smith,
g- . ; - if.., ft., 4,.,. 1:. i...
Fair treatment to everybody. Bus meets all trains 25 ets
. v -, v Commercial "Drade a Specialty.'
First Class Riga. ; Phone Orders Carefully Followed
i ?M Bought and Sold . ,
FsadFor Sals Open Day and Night ' ;; , .
Para Srsd Slack Percheron Stallion at this barn for servica
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a Grande Iron Works.
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor.
Foundry and Machine
chine Work don
WE ALSO MAKUFA6TC3E FEED KILLS
Sawmill break down jobs promptly attended te
GIVE US
.;-(,!,. tot i-f-'tt i:r't
., -1 . u ...i .... it : : '.
2 acres Aider Slope, $23.tt3.tt
80 aeres Alder Slope, $ , ,
160 acres hill land, about six miles out, $2,000.00
823 acres, 12 miles out, $3,20.Ct ;
? .City Lot, $100 to 9300
(Mldano Froprty, $6SO to $3,000
Ffara Insurance ' Surety Bond : live Stock Inaoraace
V. E. TAGGART, tenfant"-
.ENTERPRISE. ':. : : : OREGON
mattress, ..: .. ..- 4 60
L. P. McAnulty, truant officer 2 00
A. H. Rudd, field note ... 112 25
W. C. Wilson, assisting on
books . . . 17 60
In the matter of entering into a
contract with J. F. Campbell for the
construction of the steel bridges near
Wallpwa, Oregon:
Contract entered into and sign
ed at this date with J. F. Camp
bell of La Grande, Oregon, for the
construction ' of the two bridges
recently bought to be placed across
v the Wallowa river and Bear Creek
streams northwest of the town of
Wallowa. j
In the matter of awarding contract
for 200 cords of. wood:
Contract awarded to H. P. Rowe
for 200 cords of yellow pine and
red fir wood at $4.45 per cord, to
be delivered ; 75 cords, to County
High School building, and 125 cords
to Court House, on or before De
cember 1, 1911, , !
BART LETT BRIEFS.
Bartlett, March 10. Plenty of mud
on the bench.' i
-The family of D, C. Wood are all
ill with lagrippe.
P. R. Moore -ot Flora was on this
side of the . river Thursday and Fri
day, returning home Saturday morn
ing, '
A. H. Holmea was a guest at the
home of Will Madison Wednesday
night.
The Millennial Dawn meeting held
at the Baptist ' church March 5 was
largely attended, ,
J, H. Moore made a trip across the
river yesterday after seed wheat.
Sales Stable
Proprietors
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suaaaaaaaaaaci
Shop. Casting and Ma
on short notice .
A TRIAL
IIIIIIIBIIBIMIIiilMlllll
DECISION
F
THE HOMES! EADER
ABSENCE TO MAKE LIVING
BAR TO PATENT SMITH
LOSES CASE.
NO
MORS
Word has been received at the La.fc to 0 thousand volts and are sure
. . y .
the secretary of the interior revers
ing the action of the commissioner of
the general land office and granting
a patent to Mrs. Ida B. Welchel, for
merly Ida B. . Roberts of Wallowa,
and the decision of the commissioner
in rejecting the final proof of Wal
ter Smith, of Joseph, says the Obser
ver. .
In the former case, the entrywo-
man, who was a nurse without other
means of support, was away from her
entry considerable of the time and
when she made proof the. forest ser
vice protested her entry, claiming
that the residence' of the claimant
was insufficient. After a number of
hearings end decisions, the commis
sioners ordered a further hearing to
take . more evidence im the case. From
this action, she appealed, and Assist
ant Secretary Pierce reversed the
holdings of the commissioner and or
dered that she be given a patent.
The case has been pending over two
years. Mrs. Welchel now resides near
Seattle, Wash.
Famous Shooting. Recalled.
The Smith case involved a construc
tion of the law permitting proofs to
be made where the en try man has
been absent from the homestead en
try by reason of insanity. In 1902,
Smith filed on some land near Frulta,
on the upper Imnaha river, and later
the land was placed in a forest re-
serve. Smith claims to have resid
ed upon the land from February 1903,
to October 21, 1903, when he went) to
Joseph rfor supplies, and while at the
lake city was detailed as a city po
liceman for a Hallow e'en' night; and
that while performing his duties as
such officer was shot by a thug, and
dangerously wounded; that from the
effects of such wound he .was dis
abled, and rendered incapable of
physical labor, and later became men
tally weak, the latter condition ne
cessitating 1 his confinement in an
asylum in Dakota, where his rela
tives were obliged to take him. He
never resided upon the land after
receiving the wound, and upon of
fering a proof in February 1910, show1!
lng the foregoing facts, in excuse of
his, failure to reside upon or culti
vate the land, the forest service
filed a protest. J'
. Insanity Plea Insufficient
The commissioner has now reject
ed the proof and ordered the cancel-
latlon of the entry because the proof
of Smith's residence prior to. his
insanity was unsatisfactory, and not
ing that he came back to Oregon to
make proof in person, assumes that
he had regained his normal condition
and he could have resided on the
place. Comment is also made that
while en try man married after his re
ceiving the shot, no effort was made
by either entryman or the family to
reside upon or cultivate the land
.CHAPMAN piSTRICT NEWS.
The snow is leaving quite fast and
the stock is grazing on the south hill
slopes.
Mrs. Elmer Rucker has been quite
ill with lagrippe.
Mrs. Chris Johnston has just' return,
ed from a two days sojourn in WaJ
Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Chapman, Mrs.
W. A. Elmer and Greta Harmon went
to Enterprise, Saturday, on a lAisInesE
and shopping mission. V
A number of our people attended
the entertlnment given by Edgar
Woods to the Leap district last Wed
nesday night and felt fully repaid for
the trip.
J. J. Chapman has purchased the
place known as the old Johnston
place from Mrs. Ben Cerber, and is
going to move on the same in a few
days. Fortunately they are not leav.
tag the vicinity, only changing locali
ties. E. A. Crossler and Cleoa Elmer
took some. fat horses to Enterprise
last Saturday wlth the Intention of
selling them, but did not dispose of
them at the prices offered.
Edgar Woods has returned to his
home at Summerville after a suc
cessful term of school In the Leap
district.
Our literary closed for the season
last Saturday night. Our programs
have all been good and well perform
ed. Thanks to those who helped! car
ry It on.
A 8ERIOUS OFFENSE.
The Spokane and Inland people
register complaint to U13 damage
done their high tension power lines
In the Palouse country by hunter
shooting up and breaking the Insula
tors. This may be the result of
thoughtlessness In a few instances,
but by far the greater number of In
stances It is the result of pure cus-
I seciess
We have far too many tun-
tes (so-called) who (eel Impelled to
baig away at everything in sight
when, out with a gun, regardless of
consequences either to life or property.-.
Shooting Up and breaking Insu
lators on high tension power lines
la a serious offense. There is great
dknger when the Insulators are brok
en of the wires becoming crossed,
using serious damage and possible
as of life of employes and others.
he hi eh tension Hiifts carrv from
'10 cause serious trouble every time
an insulator Is broken.
There is a state' law, punishable
by fine and imprisonment, or both,
for interference with electric lines
or injury to poles, wire or Insulators,
which should be Invoked to stop the
nefarious practice mentioned above.
In fact, the Inland people have, posted
notices offering a reward of .j0 for
the arrest and conviction of persons
tampering wth. their lines. A few
examples will have a wholesome ef
fect. Colfax Gazette.
LAND FOR ASYLUM SITE
WILL BE CONDEMNED.
Salem, 'March 16. Attorney Gen
eral Crawford has been instructed
by the State Board to, commence con
demnation proceedings against C. C.
Hendricks for the purpose of obtaining
for the state 10 acres of land requir
ed in the Eastern Oregon asylum site
The owner of the property has in
formed the state he will not sell the
land for less than $450 an, acre, while
the members of the board state the
ground is not worth over 50 an acre
at the outside.
WILL TOUR EUROPE.
Doctor and Mrs. F. E. Moore for
merly La Grande osteopaths will be
Joined at Kansas City this week by
Judith Snodgrass Of this city who
leaves tomorrow and the party will
leave for Boston at once ' where on
April 8th they will sail for England.
Dr. Moore will take a post graduate
course In noted schools of osteopathy
hi London and the party will also vis
it various European centers before
returning to their home in this coun
try. The journey has been under ;on
si4eration for several months. La
Grande Observer.
WEDDING BELLS.
I Reuben H. Danley and Edna Sterl
lng were married at the Lewis hotel
Wednesday, March 15, at 3 o'clock p.
m, by Rev. W. P. Samms. The young
couple will reside on ai ranch
1 . ..
. DR. F. A. CLISE t
) Th eyesight specialist will be at
ifliterpnse March m, 21, 22, at tne
Hotel Enterprise: at Joseph March' 23
and 24; at Lostlne March 25. Eyes
carefully tested and glasses guaran
teed to fit. Remember we grind our
own lenses. If your glasses are brok
en, we can duplicate them on short
notice. Over 30 years practice fitting
glasses.
Can do your printing to a hurry
If really necessary, but Job prtotiug
Is - an art that doesn't gain in .ex
cellence by haste.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the! Interior.
U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Ore
gon, March 13th, 1911.
Notice Is hereby given that Frances
J. Ogan, widow of William H. .H.
Ogan, of Enterprise, Oregon, who ,on
June 8th, 1909, made Homestead Ap
plication, No. 06641, for S'yfcNEtt and
ENW,- Section 31, Township 1
South, Range 46 East, Wlllamete Me
ridian, has filed notice of intention
to make Final Flve-Year Proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above des
cribed, before Carl Roe, United States
Commissioner, at his office, at Enter
prise, Oregon, on the 10th day of May
1911.
Claimant names as witnesses: Hen
ry E. Davis and Ernest F. Wright, of
Joseph,. Oregon; Nell Stewart and
Robert F. Smith, of Enterprise, Ore
gon. , F. C. BRAMWELL,
31c5 Register.
IN LATE WINTER
AND EARLY SPRING
' We seldom feel JUST RldHT
At such a time IUPARILU is the best and
safest Blood Purifier, the most successful
prescription for spring humors and such
disorders of the blood as boils, pimples,
ptutules, blotches, sores and cutaneous
eruptions. Kasparilla la admitted to be
the best remedy for that lack of energy
and the peculiar debility so prevalent
during the close of winter and the opening
01 spring, ror derangements 01 me di
gestive organs it is a natural corrective,
operating directly upon the liver and ali
mentary canal, gently but persistently
stimulating a healthy activity. Its
beneficial influence extends, however, to
every portion of the system, aiding in the
processes of digestion and assimilation of
food, promoting a wholesome, natural
appetite, correcting sour stomach, bad
breath, irregularities of the bowels, con
stipation and the long list of troubles
directly traceable to those unwholesome
conditions. Kasparilla dispels drowsi
ness, headache, backache and despond
ency due to inactivity of the liver,
kidneys and digestive tract. ' It is a
strengthening tonic of the highest value.
THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE
Hovt Chkmtcat, Co. Portland, Oregon
When you have rheumatism' in your
foot or instep apply Chamberlains. Unl
ment and you will get quick relUf.
It costs but a quarter. Why suffer?
For sale by all dealers.
Advertisers want your trade.
Professional Cards
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THOS. M. DILL ;
j; ATTORNEMT-UW !
4', Office to Litch building, Room!!
2 107. Enterprise, Oregon.
H"f"H"i4,H,,J",J"t,,',H"tH,,(,4,,H'4
$ E. R. FLACK. M. D
v.s.
ia .
Veterinnrv Snrcprin nni npntier
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County Veterinarian,
Enterprise, Oregon.
.
C. T. HOCKETT. M. D. ' i
r nuvcirii&t inn eiittsrjfci it
IUI21UAn Anil aUKULUN i
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Office to Litch building. Room f
no. xiouie ma. rnone in oiiicej
it and residence. J
DR. W. L. NICHOLS. J
Osteopathic Physician ',
135-137 Litch Bldg. ! i
Tuesday, Thursday and S&ur ',
day. Phono in. Res. end offlca- ' '
W. C. KETCHUM
IlENTKT INTCDPDICC
Office to Litch Building. Room!
121. Home Independent Phone, t
I DR. C. A. AULT
OH von iu inn cunr.rnu
t Office In Bank Building.
X Horn phone boih office and
J residence.
J. A. BURLEIGH '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Office In Litch Building.
Enterprise, Oregon,
leM-f4f4't
I , DANIEL BOYD
I AUUiWU-Al'LAW
t Practice to all State Courts and J
Interior Department. Careful at-J
I leauon 10 ail uusinsst.
4HMM,frt4te
5 SIIEAHAN & COOLEY ! '.
LAWYERS - ENTERPRISE ;:
J Practice In State and Federal
, Courts and Interior Department.
. 1
Cartfiii Banking Insurts thi Saftty of Dtposits."
Depositors Have That guarantee at
WALLOWA NATIONAL BANK
OF ENTERPRISE. OREGON ' ;
CAPITAL 50.000
SURPLUS $60,000 ,
Wc Do a General Banking Business.
Exchange Bought and Sold on
All Principal Cities. ,
Oeb. W. Hyatt. President
Geo. S. Craig, Vice President
DIBK0T0BS
Geo . 8. Craio Gjco. W. Hyatt Mattix A. Holkh
J. H. Dobbin W. B. Boum ,
Long Distance Service
over the telephone makes neighbors of your
friends miles away. Bad roads are now in
order. Use the service of the
Horn? Independent Telephone Co.
Long Distance service to all points in Union
and .Wallowa Counties. '
mSMt
NO OTHCW 19 8Q OOOQ NOW MDC WITH SUCH OHKT CaWC '.
eueccasrvixv uto mr io.ooo antm wim in iio. whin tou uy. bcmanotmi it.
- aiT TM "WOODLAUK BIUNO." MONtY BAO IF NOT CUUMID, . -4. .., u
' HOVT CHCMICNl CO., PeirrukNB, On too
The most common cause of insom
nia is disorders of the, stomach. Cham
berlaln's StSmach and Liver Tablets
correct these disorders and enable
you to sleep. For sale by all dealers.
COLONIST
FARES
From the Middle and Eastern portions .
of the United States and Canada to
OREGON, WASHINGTON AND THE
N0RTHWE8T
will prevail daily
March 10 to April 10.
over the 1
Oregon - Washington
Railroad & Navi
gationCo. and connections, pe
OREGON 8HORT LINE, UNION PA-! ,i
CIFIC and CHICAGO &
NORTH-
WE8TERN
From
Chicago at ..$31 04
St. LouU .... ....33 00k,
Omaha .v25 00
Kansas City 26 00
St. Paul $26 00
and from other cities correspondingly
low.
You Can Prepay Fares !
The .colonist fares are westbound
only, but if you havo relative orj
friends or employe in that East whoa: .
yon desire to bring to this state you .
can deposit the value of the fare with '
your local ralroad agent and aa or
der for a ticket will be telegraphed ,
to any point desired.
t Let the World Know , ,
Of our vast resources and splendid
opportunities for
HOME BUILDING
Call on the undersigned for good
instructive printed matter to send
East, or give him the address! of
thoee to whom you would like to
have such matter eent. '
WM. McMURRAY,
General Passenger Agent
Portland, Oregon.
W. B. APPLEQATK.
Notary Publio
Collection!' made. Real Estate
bought and aold and all business
matters attended to. Call on or
write m.
PARADISE, OREGON.
W. R. Holmes, Cashier
A. J. Boehmer, AmL Cashier
SQUIRRELS, SAGE RATS
PRAIRIE DOGS LS GOPHERS
' ARE ALL DESTROYED BY ' .
WOODLARK SQUIRREL POISON
THE STANDARD OF THE WORLD
REQUIRES NO MIXING OR PREPARATION
ALWAYS READY FOR USE
ALWAYS RELIABLE
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