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Tom Bamee to up at the P&tae-.
on miU for a few sen.
Albert Ftehwr ia putting up bouse
on hia ranch on, Swamp Creek.
J. H. Dale ot Flora brought m
fine load of appU from th North
Country last week.
Punittur Tpa5rcd and aU other
cabinet and carpenter Job work,
folding, at Rodgrr Bros. 61btf
Mr.anjd Mrs. Harry Hough and chil
dren spent Christmas with her pa
rente, Mr. and Mrs. Sargeant at, Zum
wtt Mies Annie Fisher returned to her
homestead ia the Swamp Creek
neighborhood; Saturday, after a
month fa Enterprise and over on Al
Mies Nina Hetrick went tp 'vVallow
Saturday where aha will spend the
remainder of the winter with hei
aunt, Mrs. Maggie Hetrick, and at
Mka Iva Loft us came home from
La Grande, Saturday, where she is
attend lug school, for a holiday risk
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat
Loftua of Elk Mountain.
C. Q. Kceler and family went to
Wallowa, Saturday morning, for a
Tialt -wl Mr, Keeler parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. Keeler. Mr. Keelor
will return Monday, but Mm. Keoleer
and the three little boys wU remain
tor a two wk' visit.
The members of the; Baptist church
wHl meat at the church Thursday
night for the purpose of organizing
a Sunday school, electing officers
thereof, etc. The float, meeting of
the Sunday school will he at the new
church at 10 o'clock next Sunday
To die Citizens of Wallowa County
It ii our purpose to handle any business
entrusted to us in such a fair and liberal
manner as to maKe the customer's rela
tion with this banK satisfactory and
profitable. U Aside from' our excellent
facilities, this bank has the advantage of
a large capital and substantial list of
stockholders. It is also a State Deposi
tory. If you are not a customer we
invite you to become one.
Stockgrowers anil Farmers National Bank
Long Distance Service
over the telephone makes neighbors of your
friends miles away. Bad roads are now in
order. Use the service of the
Home Independent Telephone Co.
Long Distance service to all points in Union
and Wallowa Counties.
over all competitors at the
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co., Inc., 1111 Third Ave., Seattle, Wash.
For sale and on display by JACKSON & WEAVER, Agents, Enterprise
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Martin
dirl--tmcs visitors at Loxine.
Byrarn Mayfied went to Elgin
Wednesday for a short vi&it with his
B. B. Bos well, the well known
pioneer, was in from La Grande to
J. S. Keavilie of Paradise was a
county seat visitor the latter pant of
A. F. Lin a of SumroervUle la speed
ing the holidays with his many En
Deputy Sheriff Charles E. Crow
spe-nt Christmas with his mother at
Ivaa Ratcliff visited his aunt.
Miss Mayniio Johnston of Lostine,
Monday tad Tue-day.
Deputy Circuit Clerk C. G. Bilyeu
went to Albany last week to spend
Christmas wlth his parents.
V L. Tucker of Island City Is
here for a holiday visit with his
brother, M. H. It is five years
since Mr. Tucker was in Enterprise,
having spent tbe greater part of
hat time In Ca'i.'onnia.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Roe of Alder
Slope entertained the following Christ
mas pa-ty Sunday and Monday: Mis
tea Mabel Murray, Edith Odle and
H. May Jefferson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen
t3. Odle, Mr. F. I. Vergare. in ad
dition to those Miss Alta Davis and
iev. Samuel Harris were guests Mon
day. A Christmas program was rendered
it the Pratt school house under
-he auspices of Mls Lyrenmanon, the
eacher of that district, and the
roung ladliee of that neighborhood.
The program consisted of songs,
nusic and recitatians and showed the
esuLt of pains taken, practice and
perseverance on the part of the per
'ormers, many of whom evidenced
MODEL 10 VISIBLE
has just been awarded the
Miss Grace Prat returned Satur
day from PorUond.
George Holmes and U jnilyi of Cove
spent Christmas wRb. a-elativea here.
First class sttno at Calvin har
bor shop. 6Sbtf.
Mrs. Charles Sten." mother came
in from 1 Giande. Saturday for a
Mrs. S. L. McKeaale of Lostine
attended the Maon4c Joint install
ation Tuesday night.
Miss Amy Olmsted, who Is at
tending Albany college, ds home for
the holiday vacation.
Dr. C. A. AuU reports the birth
of a son to the wife of James M.
Fields on Alder Slope, Tuesday, De
J T. Clemens and daughter Ris
:e of Wallowa, and his mother, Mrs.
MolUe Clemens of Promise, wme
guests of County Assessor Miller
and family, returning home Wednes
day. Miss Olalre Mavor was taken to
A Grande, Sunday, by her mother,
where she was operated on for ap
pendicitis at the hospital. Latest
srerd Is she is getiing along well
since the operation.
George W. Hyatt returned home
Saturday from a wo months visit
at his old home In Ohio. He brought
back with him his mother, Mrs.
Sarah Hyatt of West Unty, O..
ind sister, Mrs. Fannie Wicam of
Adrian, Mich, who will make Mr.
ind Mrs. Hyatt an extended visit.
Enterprise Lodge No. 94, K. of
P., expect to make their last meet
ing night la 1910, Friday eight of
Jiis week, one long to be remember
ed. No orddnary excuse for absence
wlU be accepted from any member,
.iome great stunts are on the pro
gram, from boxing to music, and
the whole to conclude with a good
supper. Ben Weathers, A. C. Miller
and H. K. Shirk compose the com
mittee on arrangements.
The entertainment and box supper
given by the pupils of , the Keeler
school under the direction of their
teacher, Mrs. C. O'Neill, Saturday
evendng, was well attended and in
i?very way a decided success.. The pu
pils showed marked ability in, the
recitations, dialogues end songs giv
en and all were well (received. The
sale of boxes by auctioneer A. B. Sas
sar brought $9.70 which will be "used
towards purchasing blackboards for
the school. Old Santa delighted
the children and many pretty pres
ents besides the usual treat were dls.
tribufted from the tree. The platform
was decorated in evergreen, and mot--oes
of red letters) framed in
evergreen across the room bore the
inscriptions "Merry Christmas" and
"Welcome." School was adjourned
until Monday after New Years day.
SKIPPED FOR PASTURES
NEWER AND GREENER.
J. Thompson, a printer employed
by C. A. Weaver, left for iparts un
known last Thursday, without an
accounting with his employer or
landlord. Perry Blanchard, of Hotel
Enterprise. He la Indebted to Mr.
Weaver nearly J 50 and owes about
the same amount for board. His
departure became known too late
to intercept him at La Grande.
The news of the death of Eddie
Locks, Saturday, spread gloom among
his friends and acquaintance. His
long illness and patience under great
suffering made hte gaHant fight for
life generally known, and aU our peo
ple deeply sympathise with the be
reaved parents, brothers and Bister.
Squire Edgar Loike, son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Locke, was born in
Mahaska county, Iowa, In 1S79, and
died rn Enterprise at the home of his
parents, Saturday, December 24, at
9:30 a. m.
Edgar had been a sufferer for
years, being afflicted with rheuma
'ism for which he trted various
health resorts in this state and Cali
fornia wltthout much avail. His final
sickness was due to Brlghts disease,
and he had beeu con fined to his
home eight weeks and to his bed
the last three days..
Funeral was held from the Mctho
list church Christmas day, services
conducted by the pastor, Rev. B. F.
Meredith. The choir sang selected
anthems. There were many boau
ifui flowers lain upon the casket,
ind the body was laid to rostj Ini the
B. W. Brady of Wallowa, brother
af O. H. Brady of thla city, set, a
a-w mark at the La Grande shoot
last week that Is considered one of
he best made tn Eastern Oregon
his year. He made a straight run
Jf 67 targets and missed but ose
3ut of 84.
There are a number of books be
longing to the public library 6 till out.
It is earnestly requested by the
management hat they be- roturned
as soon as possible. The library in.
open every Tuesday end Saturday
NANNB H BATON, Librarian.
MAYOR DEFENDS COUNCIL
Legislature Asked to Give City Power
to Operate Slaughter House.
Milwaukee. "We can run a slaugh
ter house and make It pay without
destroying business as the scoffers
cry. The biggest single Item In homes
Is the meat bill and the packers are
all millionaires." This Is the way
Emll Seidel, Socialist mayor of Mil
waukee, defends the action of hU city
council In urging tlv legislature to
give the municipality power to start
a municipal slaughter house, cold
storage plant and other business en
terprises. Printer's Error Cestly.
Denver. A printer's error is cost
ing one of the railroads running into
this city a tidy sum of money, In that
H mnat carry a certain class of busi
ness from Denver to a Texas point
at 14 cents a hundred pounds. Instead
of at 11.14. The printer dropped out
the $1 In printing tbe road's tariffs.
Under a clause of the railway rate
law, no change can be made In tbe
printed tariff for 30 days.
Mexico City. General Navarro has
surrendered to the rebels, according
to a report that reached here from
authorities which have heretofore
proved reliable In- the matter of war
Tbe government denies the report
and say that he li awaiting rein
forcements. Officials say Pedernales
Is not menaced seriously by tbe reb
els. It is known from other sources that
Navarro has been having a bard
time. His men are net used to the
severe winter climate of CMhnabua.
They are sot properly clothed and are
short of food and ammunition. It Is
considered here that If Navarro has
not sarrendered, he la liable te do so
at any time.
Tbe government now acknewledges
that the situation Is very serious. All
available troops are being sent north
as fast as possible to assist Navarro.
Los Angeles Aviation Meet
Los Ange'et. Prominent aviators of
three nations have their aerial craft
fit and trim for tbe daily contests,
which will be waged op to and In
cluding January S, with the exception
of January 2.
Baldwin's Money Powerful.
Los Angeles. Lucky Baldwin's gold
could do anything against a defense
less woman, was one of the parting
shafts launched at the opposing at
torneys by Mrs. Lillian Turnbull be
fore she ended her testimony In the
contest of her daughter, Beatrice, for
nearly a tuarter of the millions the
old turfman left when he died two
There is only one
day left in which to
take advantage of
25 percent Discount
Sales for Cash
before the New
Year. That day is
December 31, '10
WILL YOU COME?
R. S. and Z. CO.
DISMISSED BY HENEY.
(Continued from first page.)
petitions for pardon with the execu
tive departmest of the government,
and that he did not wish to send
Jones to jail If he Is te be pardoned.
So far as it relates to John N. Wll
riaaison, ex-Representative, she esse
in which h was Jointly indicted with
Mitchell, Hermann and ethers was
not dismissed. Heney said tn an In
terview that Mr. Williamson had
asked to be vindicated sad that he
thought he would give him the op
portunfty in court.
No actien was taken In tbe Frank
lin Pierce Mays case, this being
turned over to Vnlted States District
Attorney McCourt by Heney. This
case Will probably be aeted upen af
ter the petition for a pardon has been
Soreneon Cases Pending.
Two charges are still pending
against George Borensen. These have
not been dismissed. What Is
known as tbe Ulue Mountain esse
was dismissed as te all the defend
ants, Including Hermann, 8. A. D.
Puter, Horace O. MeKhtley, Brown,
Young sad Tarpley, Tbe "Mwrt"
oaee was alsaaissec, the "Butte
Creek" ease and the charges against
0. Bans Smith, Van Oessner, Barr (
Witt and Ormsby and LaomU were
wiped oat. rive Indictments against
Puter and McXInley were also tls
inlssed. In hie statement of reasons fer els
nasslog tbe batch ef Indictments,
Heney severely criticises the tliaber
and stone act of 1171 and the lieu
land act of im.
and get caah.
to Davis Ward
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