SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1916. MALHEUR ENTERPRISE PAGE FIVE
'Real Estate Transfers U. S. Land Office.
DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY I
Complete LUt ol Deeds Re&rded Caaplete Record of Hemttead, IN THE
by lie Coasty Clerk of Maliew DeMrt u4 OtWr Estrietattke
In the .Circuit Court of the State of
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior,
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE IN
By virtue of an execution in Fore
CoHntyiiace tie last Ihm
of The Enterprise.
U. S.Laa4 Office at Vale"
dsragtke pot week.
i First National Bank
Oregon fori Malheur County. U. S. Land Office at Vale, Oregon,
MALHEUR COUNTY, a Municipal
March 13th, 1916.
closure duly issued by the Clerk of
tho Circuit Court for Malheur County
March 20th to 25th, 1916. Geo. W. Small, Westfall, SEUNW
of Vale, Ore.
NOTICE is hereby given that Troy and State of Oregon, dated the 28th
Corporation, Plaintiff, u. scnuuert, ot vale, Urcgon, who, on day of February, 1916, in a certain M, NEUSWy. NHSEH,
vs. January 9th. 1913. made Homestead
Lute A. Parker et ux to Ben Brown,
action in the Circuit Court for said A portion of SE4SW4, 160 acres.
and pay all your bills with checks, which is a
I. D PETERS, MARCUS RENTE-RI- entry, No. 02532, for the West Half ( r.unty and State, wherein Grace New-
Mar. more convenient way and at the same time es-
HENRY STEPHENSON, II. ot tho West Half (WVS W), Section ell Morris, as Plaintiff, recovered judg 1, 1916, $1. Frank K. Butler, Follyfarm, SWtt
M. UILiMAM, 1. U. SAUL.T,
OS- 10, Township 18 S., Range 44 E., ment against Hugh O'Donnell and Stato of Oregon to F. ,N. Peters, SEW, SESWK, 10; NWU, WSW tablishes a credit.
SANFORD N, Willamette Meridian, has. filed notice Mary O'Donnell, as Defendants, for
HOPE BROS., I. W. of intention to make Final three-yea- r SWUSEU, 12; Lots NEWNW U, 7, 320 acres. In making loans a Bank will always take
tho sum of Two Thousand Dollars,
HOPE. M. G. HOPE. F. B. ZUTZ, Proof, to establish claim to the land with interest thereon at the rate of M, 13; SEUNEU, Lot 1, Sec. 14-2-
Julius Paul, Vale, SEU of tho NE care of its customers first.
I. H. HOLLAND,
KHiLiLit; I , J. U. KELLEY,
LOTTIE M. above described, before the Register 10 per cent per annum from March 46, Jan. 17, 1916, $1934.10. Yt, SEU, 1; NHNEU, NEUNWU, Give us your business and we will treat you
T. D. and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at 18, 1913; and tho further sum of Four Roc. D. Helms ct ux to E. M, 320,acre-s- .
TIPTON and FALK MERCAN vale, urcgon, on the 17th day of April Hundred and 0 Dollars, paid as Kirkpa
TILE COMPANY, a Corporation, tax, and the further sum of Mar. 1,trick, EVSSEUNEV4 Irwen S. Moudy, Vale, Oregon, SE 5 per cent Interest paid on Time Deposits
AMU ALL. WttUM IT MA. I UUN Claimant names as witnesses: Two Hundred Dollars, attorney's fees, 1916, $1. U, SEUNWU, SWUNEU, NV4NW
CERN, Defendants. Wilbert Colwell. Phillin H. Bass and the further sum of Thirty-fiv- e G. W. Page to Henry Gifford, Lots U, 320 acres.
To: I. D. Peters, Marcus Rentcria, Augustinuregon. Simonet, Warren Dillon, all and 0 Dollars, Costs; 6 to 10 and a part of 4 Bl. 200 Onta- Clayton O. Douglas, Payotte, Pay OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
Henry Stephenson, u. M. (iiiiiam, ot vaie, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that rio, and 1 acre in SWV4NWVSW ette, Idaho, SWUNE, NWSEU, 19;
THOS. JONES, 1 will on the eleventh day of April, J. E. Lawrence, President
T C. Sault, Oscar Neuman, San- -
iora in. Jamison, Hope tiros., 1. v, men. Register, 1916, at the hour of 1:30 o'clock P. M. SEVi, Mar. 20, 1916, $1600.
C. M. Cooper et ux to C. C.
WSW, SEWSWW, 20; NHNWU, E. I. Brogan, Vice President
r. lu. of said day, at the main entrance door
Hope, M. G. Hope, F. 13. Zutz, I, of the Court House in Vale, Malheur Lot 2 Bl. 2 Emison's Adn. Nys Addic B. Cox, Jamieson, ESEU, A. J. Selover, Cashier
. ..uiiuiiu. uubtic 1.1. JWUVjr, U.
C. Kelley, T. D. Tipton and Falk NOTICE OF HEARING OF FINAL County, Oregon sell at public auction sa, Mar. 6, 1916, $300. 3, desert entry. C. W. Nelson
ACCOUNT AND PETITION to the highest bidder, or bidders, for
xuercunuie company, a corpora'
FOR DISTRIBUTION cash, the following described real pro-
L. McKinney et ux to Arthur B. Vcrla Anderson, Durkee, SEUNE S. G. Willis
tion, and ail whom it may concern Harland, Lots U, E.SEV4, SWUSEy 12; NNJS,
In the County Court of the State of perty, to-w- it:
The Northeast Quarter of the ley's 3fd Adn. Vale, Mar. 22, 1912,
Bl. 9 Had- -
320 acres. v
J. T. Logan
In the Name of the State of Ore- - Oregon for Malheur County.
eon, you and each of you are here In the Matter of Northeast Quarter of Section 35. $1500. John A. Engle, Durkee, NE, 14- -
by notified that plaintiff is the owner the Estate of Township 15, South, Range 42 E. W. United States to James E. Young, 160 acres.
and holder of Certificates of Delin Henry Gellerman, Insane, ai., together with water right as
quency, numbered 944, 611, 012 and Now deceased. shown by the records of Orchard NW4, WNEtf , 24; SWUSWU, 13; Elmo D. Girder, Westfall, ENE
621, for unpaid taxes, penalty, inter- Notice is hereby given that the final Water Company or Willow River Land SESEU, 8, Mar. 8, 1916. U, SWNEU, NWUSE,
est and costs due and payable to account or t red (Jellerman, the guar and Irrigation Company; Minnie Martin, guardian to James desert entry. '
plaintiff for the year 1909, issued by dian of the estate of Henry Geller Taken and levied upon as the pro Pago et ux, NEViNWU,
the Tax Collector of Malheur Coun man, Insane, now deceased, has been perty of the said above named De- Mar. 15, 1916, $1000.
ty; Certificate No. 944 being dated rendered to said court for settlement, fendants, Hugh O'Donnell and Mary
December 24, 1916, and covering and that a petition for a final dis O'Donnell, or as much thereof as may
tracts No. 1, 2, 3 and 4; Certificate tribution ot the estate has been hied be necessary to satisfy the said judg- land, SSEVi, SEUSWH,
Jasper Burns et ux to C. F. Love- - PERNICIOUS
No. 611 being dated January 2, 1914, with said account, and that the tenth ment in favor of Grace Newell Mor- Mar. 21, 1916, $400.
covering tract No. 6; Certificate No. day of April, 1916, at 10:00 o'clock ris and against the said Defendants,
612 being dated January 2, 1914, cov- - A. M., has been duly appointed by with interest thereon, together with
costs and disbursements that have ner, SVNW4NW,
H. D. Birdsall et ux to L. C. Skin POLITICAL
eniiK iruct iso. i; ijenincate no, uzi said court for the settlement of said all may accrue. Nov.
being dated January 2, 1914, account and hearing said petition, at or 15, 1916, $600.
ing tract No. 8, that each of said which time any person interested in Dated at Vale. Oregon, this 2nd
certificates of delinquency is a lien said estate may appear and file his day of March, 1916.
C. E. Kcnyon et ux to C. H. More
house; WSW4SEViNE, 16; W
and charge upon each several tract, cauujjliuus, in wnung, lu siuu ac- UEN J. BKOWN, Wo want to tell you of our splendid
hereinafter described for the several count, and contest the same. ESESWNE
Sheriff. NW U NE SE 14 ,
stock of Furniture. It is just what
amounts hereinafter set forth, to- Dated this the eighth day of March, By ROSS A. SOWARD, ENEyNWSE, EWNW
you need to put that cozy touch to
gether with interest thereon at the 1910.
rate of fifteen per cent per annum FRED GELLERMAN. First Publication March 4, 1916. WENWSEH, EW "A victory of economical deathly
your homo this winter, and is so sub-
Guardian of said estate. Last Publication April 1, 1916. SWViSEtf, EWSWVSEU, 16-1-
Such might well be denominated the
from the date of said respective cer- stantially mado it can hardly wear
tificate. And you are further noti- Mch. 8. 46, Dec. 2, 1913, 1$. victory of the politicians at tho Salem
fied that there is due, owing and pay- NOTICE OF
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Juhen A. Hurley to L. R. Duncan, When personal politics out.
(1639) Vale 42 List No. 04251 conference.
able to plaintiff, and a lien and charge SHERIFF'S SALE IN NSWttNWK, Wo have it in sets, or single pieces;
FORECLOSURE United States Land Office. 1,
Mar. 24, are paramount, reason promptly and
upon each several tract, taxes for low priced, medium, or a littlo higher,
By virtue of Execution in Foreclo-
the years, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, and sure duly issued by
Vale, Oregon, March 18th, 1916. 1916, $73.50. permanently retires. Oregon, in every
the Clerk of the Notice is hereby given that the Fred Dill et ux to Samuel V. Pos- - retrogressive way has far outstripped and every piece a splendid valuo. We
1914, in the several amounts herein-
after specified as to each several and State of Orecon.Malheur the 25th Northern office address is St. Paul, ton et ux, ESWVi can suit any tasto or pocketbook, or
Circuit Court for County, Pacific Railway Company,
dated whose post
6,Mar. 6, her neighbors. Every stato in the
tract, together with interest thereon day of February, 1916, 1916, $100. union has advanced in prosperity two
at the' rate of twelve per cent per in a certain Minnesota, on the 26th day of Jan-
uary, 1916. filed in this office ap Benjamin T. Slack et ux to James steps to Oregon's one, except per- -
annum, from April 1, 1911, for tax- action in the State, wherein for said plication to select under the its
es for the year 1910, 'and from April County and Plaintiff, recoveredHerman sions of the act of Congress, approv- A. Enbody,
1, 1912, for taxes for the year 1911, Noetzel, as judg
ed July 1, 1898, (30 Stat. 597, 620.) USE', NSWU, SWtfSWtf,
WNE, SNW, NW
chance,Arizona which is completely
Pinchotizcd. What prosperity we have
T. T.NELSEN, Vale, Ore.
and from April 1, 1913, for taxes for ment against Leslie E. Smith, Orson Nrj'A of 38, Feb. 21, 1916, $4600: secured has been the natural over
the year 1912, and from September R. Smith and Lillias Smith, asHun 24, Twp. JNE, NW 42 Of NEV4. Sec.
fendants, for the sum of Seven
17 S., R. East, Lot 1, I. W. Hope et ux to Hope Bros., S spill from others, but little of our own
1, 1914, for taxes for the year 1913,
and from September 1, 1915, for tax- dred Seventy-seve- n and Dollars, NEV4 of NW,4, and NWH of NEU,
61-1- NEU, Mar. 25, 1916, $700. effort. We have been well occupied
interest thereon from February Sec. 19, Twp. 17 S., R. 43 East, W.
es for the year 1914, and that there with1916,
is also due and payable and a lien 25, at the rate of 10 per cent 1.
per annum; and the further sum of Any and all persons claiming ad SSEV4SWV4,
F. A. Gooch et ux to W. F. Stine,- -
Mar. 1, 1916,
in forcing freakish fancies into prom
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
and charge upon each several tracts, Thirty-on- e Fifth and Washington streets, Portland, Oregon.
a penalty of ten per cent upon all interest thereon at the rate of 6with versely object because of the or desir-
and Dollars, the lands described, $207.35. With boundless resources and un
Most Centrally Located.
taxes delinquent and unpaid for the per ing to Mineral United States to George P. Reih- - excelled opportunities, porsonal poli- Room With Private Bath $1.50. .
years subsequent to 1909, and adver- cent per annum from the 25th day characterto of the land, or any other, sen, NENWy, 24; SSW,SWVi tics, freaks and fads have held Ore- Room With Private Bath Privilege $1.00.
tising costs in the sums hereinafter of February, 1916; and the further reason, file the disposal to of protest SEH, their affidavits
Feb. 10, 1916. gon in struggling and almost hopeless
specified, that upon each several tract sum of Seventy-fiv- e Dollars, attorney's should THE PERKINS RESTAURANT
is charged advertising costs as fol- eight and the0 further sum costs; of Twenty- - in this office, on or before the 1st day thrall, whle neighboring states have
and Dollars, of May, 1916. COMPLAINTS built railroads, established rural cre- Operated in connection, is now serving Breakfast and Luncheon
lows: For the year 1911, .60; for NOTICE THUS. JONES, at 25 cents and Dinner at 35 cents, in addition to the regular service.
the year 1912, .60; and for the year THAT I will on HEREBY GIVEN IS Belle Klneifelter vs. Jesse R. R. An
Reirister. derson, Recovery dit systems and conserved and utiliz It is impossible to equal the food and service for the money anywhere.
1913, .75; that in specifying the the 11th day of April, on Account, $54.14. ed he resources of their state. We know you will say the same.
amounts due on each several tract 1U1U, at the hour ot 1:00 o'clock P. Mch. 29.
M. of said day, at the main entrance Frank Burkholder vs. George W. Washington, starting with nn equal
the following abbreviations are used: door SUMMONS L. Q.SWETLAND, Pres. and Mgr.
T. means tract; L. means lot; B. heur of the Court House sell Vale,public In the Circuit Court of the State of Cox, Damages, $500.
in Mal- amount of land ahd educational grants
means block; S. means section; Tp. County, Oregon, at Oregon, for Malheur County. State of Oregon et rel and Elbert has an enormous school fund and a do-
means township South; R. means auction to the highest bidder, or bid Fruit Growers Bank of Payette, Ida Butler, Jr. vs. Nyssa Arcadia Drain main remaining worth at least 0.
range East; A. means assessed. ders, for cash, the following described
T. 1, WNEU, S. 36. Tp. 15. R. real property,
43, A. to I. D. Peters, 1909, 3.30;
1910, 1.64; 1911, 3.14; 1912, 2.20; of the Northeast Quarter of the
The East Half of the North Half
ho, a corporation, riaintiif,
Allio E. Olsen, Robert E. Olsen,
age District et al, Suit to dissolve
Emory Colo vs. Willow River Land
Some of our fads have proved con
tagious, infectious and scarifying but
Northeast Quarter, Section 29, Town- A. L. Cockrum, Trustee, First Na-
1913, 3.74; 1914, 1.24. tional Bank of Ontario, Oregon, and Irrigation Co. et al, Mandamus. earnest progressivencss has minimiz
T. 2, SWWSEU, S. 4, Tp. 30, R. ship 15 South, Range 47, E. W. M.; a corporation, Walter G. Howe, R. Home Lumber and Coal Co. vs'. M. ed their somniferous effect in all plac
45, A. to Marcus Renteria, 1909, Taken and levied upon as the pro- A. Merchant, Moss Mercantile Com- V. Hart et ux, Foreclosure, $1000.
14.50; 1910, 34.84; 1911, 29.30; 1912, perty of the said above named defen- pany, a corporation, and the "Un- es but Oregon. Not even has the sin-
34.10; 1913, 42.58; 1914, 23.20. dants, Leslie E. Smith, Orson Smith known Heirs" of Alexander Cald- Northwest Door Co. vs. Dennis M. gle tax propaganda been permitted
T. 3, L. 4, B. 8, Madden's Adn. and Lillias Smith, or as much thereof well, Deceased, Defendants. Brogan, Recovery on Note, $1244.04. to come forward on its merits, but
to Westfall, A. to Henry Stephenson, as may be necessary to satisfy the To Allie E. Olsen, Robert E. Olsen, must be made to sneak through the
1909, 14.50; 1911, .21; 1912 .14; 1913, said judgment in favor of Herman R. A. Merchant, Moss Mercantile MARRIAGE LICENSES
.21; 1914, .10. Noetzel and against the said above devious channels of personal aggran-
Company, a corporation, and the
T. 4, L. 1, 2 and E. of 3, B. named defendants, with costs andthere-
"Unknown Heirs" of Alexander Arthur Glenn and Florence Moffett, dizement .which obnoxious method has
3, Taylor's Adn. to Nyssa, A. to T. on, together with all dis-
Caldwell, deceased, of the above March 25th, 1916. been rendered inocuous in other states UNIVERSAL CAR
C. Sault, 1909, 3.30f 1910, 4.85; 1911, bursements that have or may accrue.
Dated at Vale, Oregon, this 26th named defendants; but is stUI in evidenco in Oregon.
6.55; 1912, 5.04; 1913, 4.72; 1914, IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
3.40. day of February, 1916. M Resulting from our careful dissi
BEN J. BROWN, Sheriff, OF OREGON, You and each of you
T. 6, L. 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, B. are hereby required to appear and pation of Oregon's school land for a
12, Hope Adn. to Vale, A. to Hope By ROSS A. SOWARD,
Deputy. answer the complaint filed against CLASSIFIED ADS a mero trifle of its real value and gen- Tho Ford a simple car of proyed
Bros., 1909, 3.05; 1911, 8.21; 1913,
21.68; 1914, 23.72. First publication, March 4, 1916. you in the above entitled action, with eral inattention to economical sub quality. A car anyone can operate,
T. 7, L. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, B. Last publication, April 1, 1916.
in b weeKs from the 1st day ot April, jects and close attention to freak mon anyone can care for and a car that
d Adn. to Vale, A. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE IN of this summons, and if you fail so
to Hope & Holland, 1909, 3.85.
1916, the date of the first publication
ikMIHIHIIIMHIII strosities, Idaho has secured funds
brings pleasure, service and satisfac-
to appear and answer for want there- REWARD contributed by Oregon and has used
tion to everybody. The car of more
T. 8, East 68 ft. L. 1, B. 11, Vale, By virtue of an Execution in Fore- of the plaintiff will apply to the them to hot great advantago within
.A. to Lottie M. Kelley, 1909, 22.70; closure duly issued by the Clerk of the court for the relief demanded in the
1910, 28.50; 1911, 31.08; 1912, 42.76; Circuit Court for Malheur County and complaint,
$25.00 reward will be paid for in- sight of tho people who contributed than a million owners. Reliable ser-
vice for owners from Ford agents
for judgment formation leading to the arrest and largo amounts of that same money.
1913, 24.51 r 1914, 36.87. State of Oregon, dated the 20th day against the defendants Allie E. Ol-
That all the above property is sit- of March, 1916, in a certain action in sen and Robert E. Olsen for the sum conviction of anyone taking poles or Their congressional and senatorial ef- everywhere. Touring Car $440; Run-
uated in Malheur County, Oregon. the Circuit Court for said County and of $280.00 with interest thereon at wire from any of our forts have been directed in advancing
That the following named persons State, wherein Ida H. Garrett, sub- the rate of 10 per cent per annum Malheur Home Telephono Company tho interests of their state while our about $390 ; Cdupelet $590 ; Town Car
claim some interest in the tracts here- stituted as Plaintiff, for Lillian A. from December 14, 1914, and for the
tofore described: judgment against sum of $J76.00 attorney's fees; and
Vale and Ironside Telephone Co. senatorial experiments have been ad- $640; Sedan $740 f. o. b. Detroit. On
T. 3, H. M. Gilliam; T. 4, Oscar George L. Gregg and Sarah E. Gregg, for costs and disbursements herein; KODAK FINISHING vancing thir hold on a place in prox- display and sale at
Neuman and Falk Mercantile Com- as Defendants, for the sum of Three that the plaintiff be decreed to have imity to the national pork barrel.
pany; T. 6, F. B. Zutz; T. 7, San-for-
d Thousand Eighty-nin- e
N. Emison; T 8, J. C. Kelley lars, with interest thereon from Jan- gaged premises,
KODAK FINISHING Developing,
mortgage lien on the mort printing, enlarging. Quick service How long this will continue might Vale Hardware Co., Vale, Oregon.
t: Lots 1 and 2 bo answered by a careful examination
and T. D. Tipton. uary 20, 1916, at the rate of 9 per and the North half of Lot 3, all in and first-clas- s work. Price list for
That all the defendants above nam- cent per annum; and for the further Block 118 of the Town of Ontario. the asking. The Burrell Studio, On- of the mortuary tables of life insur-
ed, and all persons interested, or sum of Two Hundred Fifty Dollars, Malheur County, Oregon; and given ance companies, for extinguishment
whom it may concern, are hereby not- Attorney fees; and the further sum to secure the above mentioned in tario, Oregon.
ified that plaintiff, will apply to the of Forty-nin- e of the vital spark alone will release
and 0 Dollars, debtedness; that the usual decree may Bring your Clothes Trouble to the the strangle hold U'Renism has fas-
Circuit Court of Malheur County, be made for the sale of the said pre- W. A. Mullins, or
Oregon, for a decree foreclosing the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That mises by the Sheriff of Malheur Coun- Clothes Doctor, tened upon us. The resulting dam-
liens against the property above de- I will on the 25th day of April, 1916, ty, Oregon, according to law and the phone 139. I want your cleaning, age may not be measured by con-
scribed and mentioned in said certi- at tho hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M. of practice of this Court; that the pro- pressing, altering and mending. Best gressional discrimination against ec-
ficates, and each and all thereof, and said day, at the main entrance door ceeds of said sale may be applied
you and each of you, are hereby sum- of the Court House in Vale, Malheur first to the payment of the amounts of treatment accorded to all. Locat- onomical Oregon, but through the em-
moned to appear within 60 days after County, Oregon, sell at public auc- due the plaintiff; and that the defen- ed at Sweeney old stand opposite ulation of their political methods by
.the first publication of this summons, tion, to the highest bidder, or bidders, dants and all persons claiming un Drexel Hotel'. Adv. state and county pigmy politicians.
exclusive of the date of first publi- for cash, the following described real der them subsequent to said mortgage
cation, and- - defend this action or pay property, Thus 'at Salem: Forgetting poli-
t: upon said premises, as purchaser, in WANTED tics, the Irrigation Congress made an
the amount due as shown above, to- The Southeast Quarter of the South- otherwise,
gether with costs and disbursements west Quarter and the West Half of cumbrancer or of all rights, be barred of
Wanted to lease on shares a bunch honest endeavor for a state w(de rep-
herein, and in case of your failure so the Southwest Quarter of the South- equity or redemption in the claimspre of horses, would prefer mares. Plen-
said resentative convention in an attempt
to dq, a decree will be rendered fore- east Quarter of Section 30, Township mises and every part tnereor, and ty of water and grass. Address, Chas. cient and inadequate constitution
closing said liens against the sever- 15 South, Range 47 E. W, M., in
al tracts above described. that the plaintiff may have judgment A. Corliss,- Fangollano,, Ore, 2--
which would permit the state to make
Date of first pub.,fMarch. 25, 1916.
Malheur County, Oregon; and execution against the said defen- industrial progress by bringing a mil-
Taken and levied upon as the pro- dants, Allie E. Olsen and Robert E.
Date of last pub.. May 27, 1916. perty of the said above named defen- Olsen,
All process and papers in this pro- dants, George L. Gregg and Sarah remain for
ceeding may be served upon W. H. E. Gregg, or as much thereof as may of
any deficiency which may
after applying the proceeds
WANTED Clean white cotton rags
lion acres of wet land under cultiva-
tion and reclaim- five or six million
Don't Buy Your
said premises, proper
Brooke, at his office and post office be necessary to satisfy the said judg- ly the sale of to the satisfaction of lultable for wiping machinery. .Enter-- ,
acres of arid lands, which would cause
applicable the building of a great railroad sys-
address, at Ontario. Oregon. ment in favor of Ida II. Garrett, sub- said judgment- - prise office.
BEN J. BROWN, stituted for Plaintiff for Lillian A. That the plaintiff or any other par- tem, and to permit the farming indus-
Sheriff. Dean, and against the said above nam- ty to the suit may become a purchas ENGRAVED CARDS try to secure equal opportunity in the
W. H. BROOKE, ed defendants, with interest thereon, er at the sale; and that the Sheriff
District Attorney. together with all costs and disburse- execute a deed to the purchaser and The Enterprise, is now connected money markets of the country.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ments that have or may accrue. that the purchaser be let into pos- with some of the leading engraving The proposition was almost destroy- Before you see what we can do for you.
Dated at Vale, Oregon, this 23rd session of the said premises on the houses in the country. See our latest ed, perhaps beyond resurrection, by
02013 day of March, 1916. pett personal politics. Unless there
production of the. Sheriff s deed there- styles of engraved card work. All
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Vale, Oregon, BEN J. BROWN, Sheriff, for; and that the plaintiff may have work delivered within one week from be an. awakening of the people, un- No matter what you need in lumber and building
March 17th, 1916. By ROSS A. SOWARD, such other and further relief in said
Deputy. premises as to this Court may seem date of order. less the press of the state will take materials, we can supply what you need, and wc
NOTICE is hereby given that
Alonzo F. Totten, of Jamieson, Ore- First publication, March 25, 1916. meet and equitable. FOR SALE
up hte matter earnestly, intelligently think we can save you money. We may possibly
gon, who, on October 6th 1911, made Last publication, April 22, 1916. this summons is published pursu
ant to an order of Geo. W. McKnight,
and persistently, showing the people be mistaken about that, but it will cost you noth-
Homestead entry, No. 02013, for the FOR SALE Old newspapers, 26c where they are being Bwept, the pres- ing to make sure about it .
In California where women can County Judge of Malheur County,
NW NWU and W NE'4, Section a hundred. Enterprise Office. ent inattention to our state will con-
32. Township 16 S., Range 44 E., vote the school teachers will petition Oregon, made and entered on tho 28th tinue; the influx of farmers from Can-
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice the legislature for a "Sabbathical day of March, 1916, and directing its FOR RENT house
Lumber and service that satisfy is our motto.
ada and elsewhere will find their new
year" for teachers. Know what that publication lor the 1st day of weeks, for house keeping. Apply at
of intention to make Final three-yea- r b consecutive
Proof, to establish claim to the land commencing with April, residence J. W. Corson. homes in states where a fair financial All we ask is an opportunity to demonstrate to
above described, before the Register means? That each teacher shall be 1916, in the Malheur Enterprise, a welcome will be extended rather than you that these are not merely words, but facts.
and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at given ONE YEAR'S vacation in sev- weekly newspaper published and cir- For Sale 500 bushels of recleaned the greasy palm of the separator.
Vale, Oregon, on the 22nd day of en in order to fit her through rest to culated in Malheur County. Oregon.
Monsieur Q. Let us know your wants.
do better work. They don't want Of Counsel forJNO.
April. 1916. II. WHEELER. seed wheat (Club), at $2.26 per cwt.
Claimant names as witnesses: Plaintiff. Vale. Oreiron. Address II. E. Welch, Box 284, Vale, We also sell cord wood and coal.
William Scott.' George Jackson, much,do they? Apr. 13.
Oreg. Men smile knowingly and make fun
Francis P. O'Neill, of Jamieson, Ore-
gon; Francis O'Neill, of Vale, Ore-
Congress seems to be running true All those gentlemen who are "agin"
to form; devoting much time to argu- preparedness are invited to arm them-
MONEY TO LOAN
of some of the fool things the women
folks aay, but at the same time the The Home Lumber & Coal Co.
THQ, JONES, Long time loans on farm lands at average woman it not a fool and us-
ment, and not accomplishing much in selves with broom sticks and capture 8 per cent, geg M, N, Fegtly, Valo, ually knows even the secrets of her
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