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STATE VETERINARIAN LYTLE
lc L ES ORDER COVERING ALL
V. ALLOW A COUNTY.
itr K. Lyt.e
of po:.die'-ou. 1
. vs .j.i the reports about )
wO.;. cvo.;es and other an- J
He found nouga
issue the follow U g
State of Oregon. Department
Order No. 4.
Oa ar.d after the date of PwomW: j
11 oomcstc dOjS
a j owned and held witfcx V auowa
cor.';. Oregon, wi.l be placed ur,ier
u,':ara::::ue and will no; be permitted ; .i..:U...-lt.j wheu "-lie brain is first af
:o Ik- mov.-i frou: the uiow stated : ctfd.
V. ..l.owa cout. v. Or-;;o-. exv-en: by, ,b Dun-.b r.'.'t:..- who:, s-rltu.! cord
1--iis.or. of H.6 State Veterinarian. ;rA. a.':Votei The lower j..w hattgs
TL- ordr.r is n to '(e construed : ,ara-v2.;d: he trU? to move, but
a- sun to ;.eve... a.e '
ikv:s br own-ts of livestoek. b.;t j
,ot beir.c use.', h.
- -. c Jtr.l....p . . -
:h .it eor.tao. j
It-.vsxk must be ei.he
i.-.o nt s .:. u ntxtr.c'r
ca:::u'. te cad w:.n otne
vjur.-rn it.e is hereby y-lae-: .
a:'.:.;: the rent oval of any domes'.-
dc;. ca. or v. i.d an-a:il frotn V'a..TO.. ;
c ctvpji:. to a:ty oUir county j
ot ::;. of the S:c-t of Ort:of.. '
"u .-si ::: of th
front date t
l-t;i of three nior.ths j
..les s xvtter removed by :
this offi.-e. I
I-e-. ember 2v.
S:?nei- WIU.IAM 11. LYTLS'
State Ve .erinarian. Ore? at.. ;
The- :o-e?x:. order of course does j
.1: include the towns whU.h regu- I
the ma'ter for themselves Ei:- t
t :-rpre council has altvady issued
riaraittine orders. This s-ate ordvr !
will h?lp make that of the towns
The followir.g destrir'don of hydro
phobia how h; fee tier; is carried, symp
torrs and treatmer.., was prepared
by Dr. E. T. Bake" assistant state
vet -rinariar. of Washington, and ap
peared in the Clarkston Republic:
V. nat Hydrophobia Is.
DZF1N1TI0N: Kydrcphoiia is an
extreme y infectious disease of man
and antmaJ, usual .y uransmiv.ed by
Cause: The exatt cause is not:
k:.ow:t. but the virus has been de-
nor.s:ra ed tt i-e found in The saliva
! ' c:;.a..y . as well as in othar e- .
cret.otis at.ti eV-te'ions of affecttd
ANIMALS AFTEL'TEO: Mar., devrs,
hcres. cat.-:, cattle, sheep. ho2K, poul
try all Oonie.r.i..at';d animals : wild
a:.:rau.ls. as coyote, skunk, badger,
w ' - T...b..l s are very suscept
i'' : at' .. : sil in making a posi-:-
-' .- : -t. in 'his particular out
br di do,'s a..d coyotes seem to b
tit prh.c.rl earners of tie infec
tion. )" .HARRIED: From oae ani-
PERIOD Or INCUBATION: May
rar.ge from a week to ten months,
t.iia. per.od is abotn three and sis
weeks. For a: stance, if a dog is bit-
te:. by a rabid coyote, in from three I
to s.x weeks the dog goes mad, and j giving their customers handsome cal
he m turn inoculates o:hers. if not J e.udars.
is the place to visit. Orange groves in full
bloom, tropical flowers, famous hotels, his
J toric Old Missions, attractive watering
places, delightful climate, making that
A favored section the Nation's most popular
J retreat You can see it at its best via the
J SHasta Route
J and "The Road of a Thousand Wonders"
Southern Pacific Company
Up to date trains, first-class in every respect,
unexcelled dining car service, quick time
and direct connections to all points south
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARE OF
Portland to Los Angeles and Return
With corresponding low fares from all other
sections of the Northwest Liberal stop
overs in each direction and long limit. In
teresting and attractive literature on the
various resorts and attractions of California
can be had on application to any S. P. or
0. R. & N. Agent, or from
General Passenger Agent
promptly restrained and destroyed.
SYMPTOMS: Have throe stage
ll ! Premonitory, or when firs'-
ym ptosis were noted, as a
lick or eat cold, smooth tilings. a-'1 irunora! sfrvu-es h-U !U (be M.
:nos: there muy be a.i increased j K lUulvh -u i o'Wix-k Friday af'er
for -owner ith-s is par.icu. I .,00lK Eider M. F. Cowley f Salt
ar'y dangerous where chi.drcu are ; je City delivered the funeral ad-
wnersof pet dois': bec-omiiijt morose jrcsy!
-etiring. sneaking; final ry the dog I
if ro: tied. a:iJ may re
am home in a few clays, when the
'. - - tease assume the
tl'1 swecond stage. w.n.n may iw ;c:r.ie disposition was slion &v nor
-hot" ; cheerful patience during her long
a Furious rabie mcv-t common j illness. She was taken HI wirh la
nd mas: easily recognised. The fantile paralysis the last day of
x: froths a: the mouth, has ' .ly'.v hut had recovered sufficiently
j T.itu'v to bite everything: a wild
i .;xk in eye: hazard. emaciated np- j
earance of body, drooling: a: mouth
t:ij hoar- guttural bark or whin.
t;;;.; becomes a wild, maniacal, snarl-
.... crxwure. This form is !
..is iiowj on side; throat
.- rhnvt- U !
a-.-eU ;o:.pt;e a livid hue: and
it.t-:: s 0 pitu'ul object, yet
..'.: vi as u.u:aero- as h: !
Tnlru stp.ite r.tra v;:e or ia:
r.o-.t. The animal suiows a pora.--i
of hit.d ouitrters swavs when
er jaw relax- '
-ft? to W.i.K
; coctplet..ly :
sti-nds over t
: t:to .o
tna..y c..a'h ensues h: a day or two.
"suu'.ly :ridv o; ten. days from the
..me the dog is noliced to be aoti:;?
jt:e-r" ho h dead.
Rabid f.iyo loe their natural
hyr.e.-i. ent,-- to.vn-. bite man or a:t--n:als.
and die in an u!.cotis..ior.s.
paralyzed conditio::, nnle-s k:l-:.
Cats usually dtsan: ear and die in a
Rabid horses, kick. bite, strike, j
v- aptieutc- m- stalls to pi.ee-. ' 03 d Supervisor Tom McCarty Fin
yir.? h. four or five days after first i.hino Waoon Road to
-ymptom noted. !
Rabid cattle lo-e appetite, sh.v.v
eat ex-tttenet-.t. ieilow loudly, paw j
a- pround. hook and try to bite I
trythhts. rea".h e.tsutrs in from four j
to seven days. j
Raidd sheep and 20a pren: abo'f 1
sr.me pyaiptoms a.s catt'-e. j
Rabid swlr.c- show preat fear rest- '
n litter of straw, pruit
hoarwlv clarinc eves labored btva-h-i
POST MORTEM FINDINGS: None, j
Stomach may be full of stoaee, sticks,
TREATMENT- ir-.-tn'Utn rv.
peclallv qtiarn:: :r.in? do?- If vnifor- j
tunateiv a nerson ti--en bv a sus-
piciou actijtg animal, in) nK-ul.ite.lv :
cauterize wou.-.d with a hot iron.
carbolic a-il. nitric a.-:d or caustic
rata.7h. If possible, suck the wound.
It th-:-bite is on a Unit, apply a hand- j
k-trchle: or stout cord as a to-jmi- j
que; above woun-1. Send for a phy-
sict.m. Dor.", get excited.
PREVENTION: tl' Quarantine all
C3?s. Ke-p tied b a protected
pta ( (from coyotes on your own
I Isolate all animals cominar in
; coi. .uo; wr.n rau:J at::ma.s. and
'stroy them, if these contact anlmah
1 b-.-zizx to ai?t suspi. io us.
' ! Extcrmhia e the coyotes.
Burnaugh i; Mayfleld and the Eni-jr
ptnse Creamery ar among the firm?
Vy. Varv i-i;f daughter of
yr y.rs. E. Jordan, dud at
j.hir nome in this vity at 4 o'clock
Tharsdav mom ins. December --
Emi'.v wxs a genera', favorite among
icr young school mates and her
joing has caused sadness a" over
;ho citv. Her particularly sweet.
0 be about. IxK Sunday she was
u.ken with pneumonia from which
j Emily was born hi I.a Graade Ap
i ril IS. !'.H2. the third of a family of
:ie children. Seven years of her
snort 1-e have been spent, here.
ROBERT BALES KILLED
IN NORTH COUNTRY.
Robert Bales of the Leap coun-
trv wai run over by a as. -
' hursday afternoon ana oa i"u
:he Injuries alout an hour later. Mr.
P-os was hauling hay and In some
! manner the load ureei and he was
thrown under the wheels. He leaves
a widow and two email children.
Fred Itales. his brother, and Will
i!nli?r of this city and Will and
Tom lUU-s of Jo?s.ph. unoleo of tbe
locoas-.d. w-ent to Lostine Friday
:c attend the funeral.
Corder. and Miss Edna Ragsdale
left Friday morning to spend the
hohda-.s with friends at Pendleton.
New Not es From
Imnaha. Dec. li Fi-ie weather;
c t.lv ana sheep on the v. in'e'
rar.se are doing and looking better
than usual, kunalia is ceitainly Uie
t.ivore.1 spot of the world.
Newt 1 towns, the up-river ranger,
t was in town last weet after
--ipplies and coyote traps.
0:,c of Leonard JohnsotVc herders
killed a large cougar the other day-
It measured 1L feer, in length.
Imnaha cattle men are gathering
ap stragglers over Uie country ana
K- T- Kn of C. E. Young,
2a- has foot
id hand bail'-y atalded
with hot tallow. He is improvnig
fine, but still Las to walk on one
E. B. McGarry, employe! by C. E.
Young, say s he has a brown bear lo-
: -1ci. tie wu capture mm aier
! Tom -McCar'.v. toad supervisor of
! district, is completing the wagon
! ro:ul from Frank Kernan"s to Fence
j Creek. lie' has to do lots of biast
i in?- Tom certa.niv knows how to
I use dynani'ie.
j Henry Haas, of lower Imnoha pass
I ed through town, lie says every
I thing is alright down his way.
! Chase and Johnson arc putting inj a
! she-p and coyote proof line fence.
! Good fences: gool neighbors.
A. P. Wilson has returned from
Jos-ph where he delivered a few
beef cattle. Art says Joseph is a
wet town judging bv the wav people
j An entire! v different sv3iero of
w I trappatg ts that of the Hudson Bay
iboys. .Many years of experience has
J : proven it successful. Dynamite
v ! means death to covoies. Sheep men
v ; hope that coyotes will soon, be a
J ' thing of the past,
r; RUFF AND REDDY".
INFORMATION CONCERNING 8TH
GRADE FINAL EXAMINATIONS.
S ate- of Oregon, Department of Pub
lic Instruction, Salem.
For Wallowa County.
Three examinations annually. Each
county superiniendentt to eeJect
months for his county,
(a) January 19-20, 1911.
b .May 1M2, mi,
(c) June S-9, 1911.
(d September 7-8, 191L
2. PROGRAM :
(a) Thursdays Physiology, Writ
ing, History and Civil Govern
ment. (b) Fridays Grammar, Arithme
tic, Geography, and Spelling.
SOURCES OF QUESTIONS:
(a 1 Arithmetic Practical Arith
(b CivH Governmeat United
(c) Geography State Course of
Study; Red way and Kin-man's Na
tural School Geography.
(d History List of Topics from
Hisiory Outline -in SI!jo Course
0 Study and Current Events.
(el Grammar Buohlors Modern
English Grammar, no diagram
ming. (f 1 Physiology Graded Isons in
PhsioIof-y and Hygiene Krohn.
(g ( Reading The teai-hor will
s.'nd to the County Superin"!1
de:it Uie applLaatf. s;;.i.il:::s
in reodiig, which will be taken
by 6Uch superintendent as the np
piicanfs sumding in the subjot-
h Spelling RecJs Word Ix
sons. (i 1 Writuig Specimens of pecimtn
rfiip as indka'eJ in cojiel niat
lor and from manuscript in lan
guage. Respei-tfullr submit tel.
J. H. ACKXRMAN.
Suitt. Public ln.-?truotion. .
The first examination for the year
will be held January 19-20. '
Kc4 J. C. CONL51". Sup:. 1
FRUIT TRACTS SOLD.
Pres Re is and C. J. Jordan of
t'.i Aider Sior c Land company, came
In from La Grande the firs-, of the
week and closed several deals for
tracts out of the v"..tson ranch.
J. S. Butler. O. R. & X. agent
here, bought 40 acres, and other
-raots were sold to L. Travers and
H. Bruce, formerly of Oklahoma,
and H. P. Rowe, who has been liv
ing on the place for some months.
hi the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for Wallowa County,
cilith Hooper, plaintiff
Samuel W. Hooper, Defendant
To Samuel W. Hooper, above nam
ed defendant: In the name of the
Stale of Oregon, you are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the com
plaint filed against you by the
plaintiff in the above entitled court
and cause, within six wee from
and after the 8th. day of December
A. D. 1910, the same being the first,
publication of this summons, and if
you fail so to appear and answer,
"ou wild be iti dault for want
thereof, and plaintiff will thereupon
apply to said court for th relief
prayed for in her complaint, to-wit:
for a decree of said court dissolving
he marriage contract now and here
tofore existing be1 ween plaintiff and
-Iefeadant that said marriage con
tract be from henceforth held for
naught, that the plaintiff be awarded
the custody of th child of the mar
riage, Edith Nelly Hooper and that
plaintiffs maiden name Edi th HaT
man, be restored to her.
The defendant will take notice
hat this summons Is published by or.
ler of Hon. J. B. Olmsted, county
judge of Wallowa County, Oregon,
in the Wallowa Chieftain, a news.
Paper published weekly at Enter
prise, in said county and state and,
lirectiug that the same be published
in said newspaper for a period of
six weeks and seven issues thereof,
he drte of the first publication
thereof being the 8th. day of Decein
er A. D. 1910 and the last publi
cation being th I9ih dav of Janu
ary A. D. 191L.
!6c" Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon, for Wallowa Comity.
Vernon 31. Gregg, plaimti vs.
William A. Davie and Sarah F. Dav
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an Execution, judg
ment order and decree issued out
yf and under the seal of the above
nlitled court, dated the 6th day of
December, 1910, to me directed and
delivered, upon a Judgment and de
cree duly made nd entered in said
court in favor of Vernon M. GreSK,
plaintiff, and against William A.
Davis and Sarah F. Davis,
defendants, for the sum of JVMoiS
and the further sum of $64.00 costs
and disbursements in said case,
wfch ten per cent interest thereon,
which said Judgment and decree te
based upon a foreclosure of mortgage.
and commanding me to make sale
of the hereioaft'jr describd ral
property to satisfy said Judgment
Now. therefore, I will, on the 14th.
flay of January, at the hour of
ten o'clock in the forenoon of said
flay, at the from door of the County
Court House in the OKy of Enter
prise, in said county and State, sell
at public auction to the highest and
btot bidder for cash in hand, all
of the right, title and interest of
the said defendants or either of
them had on the date of the said
mortgage, or have since acquired in
and to the following described Teal
The NB of NEVi Section 20. N
of NW14 and SE of NV Section
2L in township 2 N and lot No. 3
Section 4 in township. 1 N all of
range 44 East W. M. fci Wallowa
To satisfy said Judgment, decree.
We have the poods and they must be turned into
cash. To show, even Missourians, we are in earn
est, look at these prices. You know these goods
and you know the regular price of them, and you
know that these prices are less than cost laid down
here in Enterprise:
$45.00 Toledo Rancre, with warming closet,
beautiful looker and splendid cooker $36.00
$50.00 Toledo Range, warming closet and
hot water reservoir ... $40.00
$65.00 Steel Malleable Range heavy, non
destructible best on earth - $52.50
Lots of coal in town and you can buy a coal
stove of us cheaper than you can freeze
$ 9.00 Coal Stove for ... $ 7.00
$15.00 Coal Stove for .... $11.00
$28.00 Howard Combination, coal or wood $22.50
$17 50 Wood Stove - $13.50
$ 4.50 New Perfection Oil Heater - - $3.50
Many other articles in our store reduced in propor
tion. Lome NOW. These
placed at these prices.
S. D. KELTNER'S HARDWARE -
interest, costs and a-crunisr costs
17c5 ED G Alt MARVIN,
Sheriff of Wallowa County, Oregon.
NOTICE TOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. Latid Offh-e at La Grande,
Oregon, November 7th., l'JIO.
Notice is hereby given that New
ton E. Hammock, whosa pes:. office
iess is Enterprise, Wallowa coun
ty, Oregon, did, on the 21st. day of
March, 191", (je j Qiie office
Sworn Statement and Application
No. 077o4, to purchase the E'; SBj,4
Section aiul-U'i-. Y',4, Sections,
Township 1 South, Range 4i" East, WJ1.
tamotte Meridian, and the timber
thereon, under the provisions of the
act of June 3, 1S7S, and acts amend
tory, known as the "Timber and
Stone Law," at such value ns might
te fixed by appraisement, and that
pursuant to such application, the
land and Umber thereon have been
appraised, at $4'JO.oo ac being chiefly
valuable for its stone, that aid ap
plicant will offer final proof in sup
port of his application and sworn
statement on the 2nd. day of Febru
ary, 1911, before Carl Roe, United
Slates Commissioner, at his office,
at Enterprise, Ore.'On.
Any person is at liborty to pro
test this purchase before entry, or
initiate a contest at any time before
I'aient isnues, by filing a corroborat.
id affidavit in this office, alleging
facts which would defeat Uie entry,
12cll F. C. Eramwoll Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Lana Office at La Grande,
Oregon, Oct. 2T.th., 1910,
Notice is hereby given that Lulu
M. Bowlby, whose post-office address
is Enterprise, Wallowa County, Or
egon, dit on tbe 14th. dry of April,
1310, file in this office Sworn State
ment and Application. No. 07891, to
purchase the SEU SWi,, Ni SW14
SW14, andswu SW14 SW1-4 of Sec.
22, and the NE14 NW14, NWfc
Dealer in Harness, Saddles, Chapps, Spurs
and Leather Goods of all descriptions.
I will fit you out with the best goods for the least
money. When in need of anything in my line, call and
inspect my stock before purchasing.
ENTERPRISE, - - - - OREGON
la Grande Iron Works.
D. FITZGERALD, Proprietor.
Foundry and Machine Shop. Casting and Ma
chine Work done on short notice.
WE ALSO MANUFACTURE FEED MILLS
Sawmill break down jobs promptly attended to
GIVE US A TRIAL
When you are in need of good printing
come to this office and have it done right
will not be rc-
XV. ''. and vffii NWVi NWU Sec
tion. 27, Township 1 South, Rang 45
H-st, Willamette Meridian, and th
timber thereon, under th provis
ions of the aot of June 8, 1878, and
acts amendatory, known as the "Tim
ber and Stone Law," at such value
aa might be fixd by appraisement,
and that, pursuant to such applica
tion, the laad and timber thereon have
teen appraised, at $350.00 as being
chiefly valuable for its stone; that
said applicant will offer final proof
in support of his application and
3vorn statement on the 19th. day of
January, 1911, before W. C. Boat,
man, County Clerk of Wallowa Coun
ty, at Enterprise, Oregon.
Any person is at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or in
itiate a contest at any (time before
patent issues, by filing a corrobo
tted affidavit in this office, allej-
1 facts which would defeat th
11 c 11 F. C Bramwell, RegisUr.
A Simple Safeguard For Mothers.
.Mrs. D. GUkeson, 328 ingles Ave.,
Y'oungstown, Ohio, gained wisdom by
exitorieuce. "My little gW had a se
vere cold and coughed almost con
tinuously. My 6lster recommended
Foley's Honey and Tar. The first
'lose I gave her relieved the inflam
mation in her throat and after usiaig
only one bottle her throat and hangs
were entirely free from inflammation.
Since then I always keep a bottle
of Foley's Honey and Tar in the
house. Accept no substitutes. Bur.
naugh & Mayfield.
A. C. Miller was a business visit
or at Wallowa Friday.
W. B. APPLKGATE.
NotaryP ublit .
Collection made. Real EfctaU
bought and aold and all bualaaaa
matten attended to. Call on or