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Wednes day Edition
ALL THE OFFICIAL
NEWS OF WALLOWA
COUNTY IN THE M-R
ALL THE NEWS. WHILK
1 It NEWS TWICE
A WEEK NEWS RECORD
TWELFTH YEAR. NO. 59.
ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1910
CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
Cent a word single Insertion, 1V
cents a word 2 insertions. Special
rates by month and year.
Good parlor stove for sale cheap.
58btf " Bon Weathers.
FOR SALE OR TPADE.
Team, - Wacon and harness for
sale or trade for wo 3d.. W. J. Funkl
& Co, '- ' .' 58btf
Priyate lessons In. . elocution and
oratory. ; Proper attention given to
breathing, gesture, tone formation'
and voice movement. .. Terms 60c per
hour lessen or $10 cash for term of
20 lessons. ; Mrs. Gilford Ernest' .par
sonage Christian church. 49Um -
MONEY TO LOAN
Slate Funds loaned, 6 per cent. John
P. Rusk. Atty. State Land B'd. Joseph
I will sell all or any of roy town prop-
ty at reasonable prices. W. : W.
Zurcher, Enterprise Oregon. 40btt
Five ton wagon scales for sale cheap.
A. C. Weaver, Enterprise.
OF CIRCUIT COURT
MANY CASES DISPOSED OF AND
SEVERAL " JURY TRIALS
.' - COURT ADJOURNS.
NEWS OF NOTED PERSONS
By direction of President Taft, Sec
retary of Commerce and. Labor .Nagel
has suspended Hart H. North,' com
missioner of immigration at San Fran-
t On a charge of criminally libelling
Representative - Tener, the Republi
can candidate for governor, E. A.
Van Velkenburg, editor trnd publisher
of; the Philadelphia North American,
was held in 5000 bail. V
In accordance with the plant out
lined by her husband, the late E. H.
Harriman, Mrs. Harriman presented
to the state of New York 10,000 acres
of land to be incorporated in the In
terstate PalUudes Par':. At the same
time a gift of $1,000,000 was made by
Mrs. HaTriman for the development
of the park. " " - " j-
Th3 biwVieTa or Uiiet Novomberterui
of the circuit court, was completed a:id
court adjourned Tuesday. County
court is in session today, Wednesday,
allowing' the elecvUMi and circuit
court bills. - '-
- Linn Zumws.lt, iinalctad for he lar
ceny of a colt. Is still at large, he
getting woM that he wi wanted In
time to sW: out before the deputy
rco.cled fclo borne. '
FbKowlns Is the
Record' of Court, ' : "
Fiirat Naiticnail Bank of Joseph vs.
R. A.-JSWor. Judgment for plain
tiff la sum of $341.16, attorney's! foas
$60 and coats $6.45. Attached! .perso:i
al property ordered sold to satisfy
Judgment. . -
. E. F. r.lcNamer vs. J. W. Barnard.
Verdict by jury for defendant. -., ;
Beatrice DeVaU vsi. Thomas DeVal!,
Verdict by jury for defendant.
James D. Ha'seyi vs. W. F. Rankin,
et al.' Default of defendant. ;
Edith Williams vs. Guy Williams.
Dafault of defendant. Plaintiff .giv
en decree of divorce and exclusive
care and custody of their minor child,
Qoonsa Davis Williams.
JoM-ph Milling Company, Jossoh
Water Company and Joseph--Light
and Power Company vs.. City of Jos
eph ot al. Oirderel that motion ' to
dissolve Injunction and .strike out
portion of answer, be airguedi Ini va
cation and be decided in vacation with
like force arid erfooj. c.9 if decided in
'; Hugh E. Wyl!e vs. Edith E. WyUe.
Defendant allowed 30 days from No-
j vembar.17 to ptfy attorneys fees' and
Sommer Biw'vs,-Allbort Brayton
md Mrs. 3. G-roth. Default of e-
ecidants. Judgment for plaintiff on
noie for 504.31, attorney's fee $2
a:id coita $38 85. Order of sr.lo of
attached real estote to satisfy judg
ment. .' - ",''
Soimser Broa. vs. Barbara end Jes
sie Groth. Default of defendants.
Judgment for plaintiff In sum ' of
$23 9.54, an! co'.a $12.05. Order of
sola of attached1 lieal estate to ' sat
E.G. IOinty vs. Mrs. B. Groth.
Default of. de:eada:it. . Judtent far
plaintiff im sum of $100.53,-witorney's
foe $30, cotsa $13.90. Order of sa'-e
of attached .real estate ft satisfy judg
ment. ' .
HOT LAKE SANATORIUM IS BE
COMING NOWN FROM OCEAN
1 TO OCEAN. .
Twelve Car Loads
Of Lambs Shipped
Stubblefiold Band Bought; For Sv"
tie," Market Trains Run, .
ning Very Late.
Twelve car loads of coarso wool
lambs were shipped from Enterprifse
station, Tuesday, to Seattle by Fred
Alvarez, a stockman, from North
Yakima, Wn, ' 1 "
Tho entire lot of about 3,000 head
was bought Sroro R. F. Stuibblefleld
and Sons, who received tiie .top'
the marl:'. They were an extra fine
band of lambs. - . .
Tha ehlpni'a:: will be unloaded and
fed ail Maibtoa.
fhilpmonts continue hea,vy and tie
trains are latei every night. A ' slide
I'-elow Elgin, de'.ayod the lniound
train Monday and it did not reach
Enterprise uirtal after 6 p. n.
For coirrot and rug weaving eae
J. H. Man,ky, Emtenprise, Oro3on.59'b4
SATURDAY SPECIAL, NOV. 26 AH Granite
Ware in the store 20 per cent off for cash. 5 Pounds
Funk's Special Coffee for $1.00 cash.
If you miss our Red Tag
Sale. It is the talk of the
r town and country. We are;
adding more stuff to this .
sale every day. We are
hard up and must raise
money even if we do have
to sell goods for less than
a they cost us.
We have just put into this
Red Tag lot $500 worth
Ladies', Children's and Infant's Shoes
which we have marked
down at cost. Come in and
look them over; also take
:, your time and look over
other Red Tag bargains.
Don't send money out of
the country, never to re- T
turn. We can skin Mont
gomery Ward & Co. and
Sears & Roebuck to death.
W. J, FQNK &
THFvQUALrrr STORE Always Up-to-Date NEVER A MINUTE BEHIND
Eeslnolng with the Improvement; of
the promenade at Hot Lahe, Gonaitor
lun doubtless a campaign of re-atr-raiwrement
and addition has been
started that will reach far Into next
aeason and will enlarge that great lu
eti'utlon" sufficiently to care for tine
constantly increasing buoineas..
When' It is eonddieired what v-aa
Hot Lake seven years r.30 and what is
thore today ovnei oan but wonder atthe
roarveloua. transformation. Seven
years ago the sanatorium building
l.voall' only accommodate in a manner
fifty patients. There was but one
nurse who also acted in ca,Taclty of
housjlus-eipcir. Thai water for domestic
purposes v.na hauled in br-rrolo oa. a
sled. Grocery end suppllus vere '1e
livcred. la the eauafcorium In a aprlnig
vagon that proved adequate far the
demands" of transportation.. A total
number of twelve emiploiyes constltut
ei the foro3 at the Lake. Laundry as
ehjppod out ta La; Gjiamde. There was
no telephone coanectloni wlthi the out
side world. The bath house weuld
only toko care of ten to twelve .pat
ients, whUa the doctor's office and
treatment rooo waaoneand.thes'ame.
No s'-ewand, no bookkeeper, no check
ing clerkQ', no bell boys, in. (a( one
man the clerk did it all. A 15-horae
SMoline oaglne fumis.bed.lectrlc cut
irent for the kielitutleu, and In fajt
Hot Lake) woa only asmall3peckelih.
er on .the map- or iu. the, "minds, of tlie
people. . ..
But what is the institution .today?
None Its equal In the Northwest aaid
very few In the United States, Today
th.e buiM'la accommoilajicw 2o0 .pat
ients with most modi3m apartments
possible for the skilllod architects to
build. Twenty -two uuir3i3ij are rcguoo-ly
employed, vpter for domeoJc pur
posiea ia brought .to the institution in
a prliato, water plant ,whlch conaicis
of a cement roaervoir of 130,000 col-
Ions oapacUy. it ia. distribute.! over
the large building through mains per
feotly plurnibed a.id scientifically! oir
ronged. Tlie electilc ' current used
from the mala ipower -line amounts to
125 horse power each twenty-four
hours. It ia Interesting to kaow wtot
s important part the eloctrlcltyj por
forms there. BejJd-aa being used for
"ghting and far .ruanlng the olevators,
it does the cooking In the diet kitchen,
run the machine shop and wood work
ing department whire aI3 inctltution
furniture (9 manufactured, runs, the
laundry whore each week 20,000 pieces
of linen ana launder.:!, sweaps floors
and ruga, peels the potato, grlivis
tho coffee, wasliei the dlahea and Ca
e::tensdve!y used in 'the electric mas
sags dejartmiant of tlie bath homi.
Where seven years ago the spring
wagon carried, the groceries from La
Grande to Hot Lake now a commis
sary i established fa, the institution
that crr.rla3 ? stoc of J20.COO. The
saaatarlum ia one of the In -jest car
lojid shippers cn the, C. It. & N. out
akle of Portland and att tha present
time a caruoad of canned goods J be
iac 'unloaded there.
The office foK-e which formerly con
sisted of .the one clork, now Includes
the. day and night clerks, bell boys,
bookkeepers, stehoraphera, checking
clente, and information man. who to
a'a.-ay at the service of the. gueoW.
Thia doctor's o.'fke, formerly! conj
btned with .the treatment room, now
consists of a suite of nine; rooma.Also
there ore laboratory, treatrjent and X
Hay rooms. The surgery room i-i por
celain lined, hermetically aoaiedl and
cannot be su-npasied- by any other in-
slltutkm. During the past year over
600 major oiperations have been per
formed at the Hot Lake sanatorium.
' The merit of the place hereto oie
more or leas confined to the north w-eH
ia now reaching in-to the middle and
extreme . eastern sttatos. Where
the register formerly showed) people
from nearby s6a!e now can be sewn
many of the proml ;ent; people) of the
east and middle west. La Grande
LA GRANDE WILL LIMIT ,
NUMBER SALOONS TO 8.
Following are the principal .provis
ions of the saloon;' ordinance lhat
has passed the La CJrcmde cHy coun
cil: "' ' ;
The number of salooaa Is to be'llm
1'ei to eight; tho license la ta be
$1,250 per year; violation Of aay of
the state or city provisions TetoUive,
to the sale of liquor entails, upoa. the
offender forfeiture of license without
recourse for the, unexpired . time for
which the license to paid and also for.
feiture of bond .which must be in the
sum of $1,000. No music, slot mach
ines or other devises of this character
aro to toe allowed.
CITY WILL BUILD
MARSHAL TO REPAIR AND CON
STRUCT SIDEWALK HERE
Near Ten Millions
Roll Will Show Closa, to Nini Mil
lions Without, R. R. Tel.
While the board of equalization
has not completed all tho work be
'oro it, and Assessor MUler tlicro
'ore j a kiot able to give the exact
.ooiings of the 1910 asseaement, he
risks an. OJtlma'e of close to $9,000,000
oxclusive of th rallroada, express,
slegirarh and- telephone property.
Those itomo as aasossed by Mar. JlU-
:er ia 1909 totalled! $9""e,020, sa It 'the
tato tax board, that now fixes the
iiaesament on such corporations, does
is well as Mr. Miller did last year
ho to'jail coassed valuation of prop
irty to WaKowa county fon 1910 will
'x right' at the ten mllUoni maiik.
Th valuaCiion. last year
$8,676,770 cr less the KJllroeila, tele
graph and telephone lines, (7.721,750,
10 the incroaso over last year Is close
Lc one and three-quarter million dol-ifors.
At lOie regu'or moetlnw of council.
Ilonday night, .th finance commit-
teo resior'jodi a settlement made with
ex-treasurer Lockwood, and that all
funds in hi hands- hed boen. tumiad
over to Oityi Treasurer Savage.
TeUtlon cf Goargo S. Craig et al
that L. F. McAnuky hri maintained
and ,wa maintaining a nuisance. The
marshal was ordered, to have the
same ab.ated;. The nuisance meant
,v.'C3 the keeping of hos. Thcso have
been taken to a rtuire outside the
cLy Umlts. ...
A etreot I'ffJ't was ordcmo4 plaead ,
In iront of J. D. Strubb's on De
The maiishol wau ortlered to build
or repair a'i sidewalks1 heretofore
oi-d-ored built or .ropalred, keep cor-.
rect account of cost, of- eame and
charge to owneds.
A proposal of P. S, Ashleyi to erect
hitch-racks at hfs own cost along the
east side of the Danjel Boyd property,
if the olty would furnish the mater
lal waa accepted, '
Tho city aUcroey was di;xcted io
draw a ordinance prohibitlmg the
eroctloa or maintain In 5 of br..rb w-
01 feucos odjoln'ng sUlowa'.li.s. He
was alao inatruted Ko secure right
of way ctaaJs for pipe Uce where
-:e:i socurod, and gat
di'ed from T. R. Akins for 'reservoir
Following ana th'el
John Eohart, a3s!ginee .of
Notice to Holder of City Warrant.
- Notice t hareby given that there
is on hands fun to pay a'' city x-
rent drawn on the General fu-.jd that
vero prosonted on or before Novam
ler 1, 1910.
- W. F. SAVAG3,
- Olty Troc.surar
We do good Job printing. Try us.
WASHINGTON, D. C, NOTES
Reorganization of the San Francisco
Immigration station, with the retire
ment from office of Commissioner
Hart North, is contemplated In a rec
ommendation now being considered by
The positive statement I made at
the White House that President Taft
will not name the new court of com
merce until the reconvening of con
An enormous reserve army of from
90,000 to 110,000 men to supplant the
present fighting force of the regular
and militia Is planned by Major Gen
eral Leonard Wood, chief of staff, and
other officer of the war college.
The - interstate commerce commis
sion has under consideration the ques
tion of setting a definite date when
rates under the so-called lntermoun
tain and coast cases snail go Into ef
fect on eastbound and westbound
Seventy-seven men heroically gave
their lives in efforts to subdue the
forest fires in the west, during the
latter part of. August, according to
figures given out by the foreat service.
These were mostly temporary em
ployes engaged for the purpose of
fighting the fires.
City Planing Mill, $34 So
Enterprise Preis, 0 30
City Ptaatas Mill, ' 2 40
Chaa. Hug, Salary, Oct., 75 00
Chas. Talmas, Salary, Oct., 15 00
T. M. Dill, Calary, Sept and.
Oct. , 10 00
W. F. Savage, SnI., 2 mos., 10 00
John Johnson, work on
bridge, 4 00
S. K. Paco, work on bridge
and ripe 'line, , 17 60
E. J. Forsythe, Jljhts for
Oct., 71 20
V. J. Funk & Co., 2 pairs
gum beats, 14 00
8. D. Keltner, sundries tor.
Pipe Itao, , , 24 38
E. M. & M. Co., assign co of
M. G. Pomeroy work 5 days, 13 75
Wallowa National Bank,
notoa and Interest, 929 87
Councllmen Ashley Funk, Hodkett
and Keltner wore present, and Mr.
Funk presided In the. acswice of the
Mr. A. D. V&ndecor of North pow
der, Oreg., has a large atock of Switch,
eg and all pertaining to the trade.
Also makes switches and puffs of
Jour combings, will make trips to you
town. She will also do your worki if
you will addrese her at North pow
der. 30 years experience work guar,
THE FAIR STORE
Wool Bed Blankets
Wool Bed Blankets, good quality, grey ... $4 75
Wool Bed Blankets, extra fine quality, white 7 85
Comforters, pure carded cotton filling 2 10
Comforters, pure carded cotton filling, both sides alike. 2 98
About half of your tiipe you are
in bed Why not Keep warm?
Let us show you these goods.
TRADE WITH US AND SAVE MONEY
THE FAIR CASH STORE